Our thoughts and prayers remain with those who experienced losses as a result of the weekend’s storms. While the damage to — and impact on — our communities was significant, rebuilding efforts are underway, and our neighborhoods will continue to thrive. The men and women of AT&T are standing with the communities of South Georgia.
Our teams were quickly on the ground repairing and restoring our network, and I commend the dedication of our employees to keeping our communities connected.
In addition, our teams are supporting the families and residents who have been displaced by the storms, sending charging stations to the Civic Center in Albany with volunteers on site to assist those in need.
At the same time, AT&T is contributing $15,000 to the American Red Cross of Southwest Georgia to support their disaster relief efforts in our communities.
We are also supporting the disaster relief efforts of the American Red Cross in South Georgia through a text to donate campaign.
Our team is proud to live and work in communities across this great state, and we will continue to work diligently and safely to keep you connected.
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Throughout the day yesterday, severe weather swept across South Georgia, spawning tornadoes that killed 14 people and injured many more. Extensive damage has been reported to many homes and businesses.
Our friends and family in communities across southern Georgia have been impacted. AT&T will continue to monitor the situation as we all pull together to champion the challenges natural disasters present.
At AT&T, we understand how important it is to stay connected during and after a natural disaster. We want to work by your side to keep you connected and encourage you to click here for disaster preparedness tips.
And as our teams continue to work to repair damages to our network and restore services to our customers, I commend you for our continuing commitment to safety.
We will provide updates, as needed, in this blog post.
Thank you for all you do to keep our state connected.
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