Our first priority is keeping our customers connected. We know how critical communications are, so we’re deploying two SatCOLTs (Cell on Light Truck) in the Northridge and Beavercreek areas.
With the tornadoes leaving many without power, we want to provide a way for residents to charge their devices, so they can stay connected with loved ones. We have set up charging stations at the following location:
Corinthian Baptist Church, 700 S. James H. McGee Blvd., Dayton, OH 45402
In addition to the mobile charging stations, AT&T employees will hand out water and nonperishable snacks at this location to those impacted.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with all impacted by yesterday’s tornadoes,” said AT&T Ohio president Adam Grzybicki. “At AT&T, we are committed to providing communication resources needed every day and especially so in times like these. We are also committed to doing what we can to help residents recover from this disaster, including helping them stay in touch with loved ones when they need to most.”
Overall our network continues to perform well. We are engaged with key officials working on restoration efforts, including local and county officials. Our teams are prepared to deploy additional network recovery assets and equipment if needed.
Help people affected by severe weather in Ohio. Text “REDCROSS” to 90999 to give $10 that enables the Red Cross to respond to and help people recover from this disaster.