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T-Mobile getting ready for this year’s hurricane season


Hurricane season is coming up and T-Mobile wants you to know that it is prepared to quickly respond and support its customers that need it the most. 

Officially, hurricane season is between the months of June 1st until November 30th. Last year, 30 named storms hit the country, a number that has been recognized as the most-ever on record. And with the prediction that there will be above-average storm activity this year, T-Mo is doing its best to be prepared for swift response. 

With its combined resources with Sprint, T-Mobile is confident that it can achieve this. Here are some of the steps that T-Mo has taken to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season:

In addition to these steps, T-Mobile has further increased its network emergency response capabilities. They have prepared more resources to respond to hurricane-prone communities after storms. One way they have done this is by increasing the size of their fleet of rapid response vehicles. These vehicles are able to drive to affected areas and restore signal quickly. T-Mo also has a pool of expert technicians, engineers and community support teams that can be quickly deployed after a hurricane has hit. Apart from working on the networks, these teams can provide charging stations and other personal cellular supplies. 

T-Mobile has also given some tips to its customers on how they can prepare for the hurricane season and what to do during a service interruption. Here are some of those tips that the Un-Carrier has shared on its blog post: 

What to do during service interruption:

More tips to prepare:

You can read more about what T-Mobile is doing to prepare for the season here


Source: T-Mobile

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