AT&T Disaster Recovery

AT&T Response to Hurricane Michael

Our networks performed well during Hurricane Michael and we continue to move quickly to keep our customers, FirstNet subscribers, and public safety agencies connected as they work to keep our communities safe.

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria Response

AT&T is determined to help rebuild hurricane-damaged communities by sending emergency response teams to help rebuild communities and provide support.

Learn more about our Flying COW in Puerto Rico

OU, AT&T, and The Weather Channel Collaboration Could Potentially Save Lives During Severe Weather

The University of Oklahoma (OU), AT&T, and The Weather Channel have collaborated to equip several of OU’s Advanced Radar Research Center’s mobile research trucks with enhanced severe weather technology. These enhanced trucks have cameras capable of streaming live video and near real-time radar data during severe weather events. 

Disaster Recovery

AT&T has one of the industry’s largest and most advanced continuity and disaster response programs. With over $600 million invested in our Network Disaster Recovery (NDR) program, AT&T is prepared with a fleet of equipment ready for deployment, including hundreds of technology recovery and support trailers.

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