Verizon has helping out NJ, after Hurricane Irene hit us; They are no counting there support. Earlier the afternoon they deployed a 53-foot Mobile Communication Center in Paterson NJ today. It will be open to the public starting tomorrow from 10AM to 7PM. Paterson NJ is still has power outages and flooding, this is a result of Hurricane Irene hitting NJ very hard last week. Verizon is working with the Paterson Mayor’s Office to provide a mobile communication center to help their residents. The trailer offer free domestic and international long distance calling, internet access, and 110v outlets for charing cellphones and other electronic devices. It will be a big help to the community. The trailer is located at 62 North Haledon Ave, off of North Main Street near the Holy Tabernacle Church. It will remain there until Tuesday. Be sure t visit the trailer if you need to make a call, need to charge something, or to get on the internet. We would like to thank Verizon for helping towns in New Jersey get their communication back.
VERIZON DEPLOYS MOBILE COMMUNICATION RESOURCES IN PATERSON, NEW JERSEY TO SUPPORT RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY STORM
As power outages and flooding continue in the aftermath of the devastating storm over the weekend, Verizon has coordinated with the Paterson Mayor’s Office to provide a mobile communications center to help residents contact family, friends and loved ones.The 53-foot trailer offers free domestic and international long distance calling, 110v outlets for charging cell phones and other electronic devices, and internet access. The Verizon mobile communications center is located at 62 North Haledon Ave, off of North Main Street near the Holy Tabernacle Church, and will be open to public beginning Sunday, September 4th from 10am to 7pm. The facility arrived on site Saturday afternoon, Sept. 3rd and will remain at this location until at least Tuesday.