by Mike Andrici, 10 months ago
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Sandy the Frankenstorm left a trail of destruction along its path in the East Coast area. With millions left to deal with the devastating effects of the super hurricane, Verizon Wireless is doing its part in helping impacted customers.
Verizon has announced that it won’t be charging customers in parts of New York and New Jersey for their voice and text usage for a two-week period, specifically from October 29 to November 16. Customers will still be billed for usage outside the date range.
As listed on its website, here are the impacted areas:
If you live in the area above, you don’t need to take any action as the system will automatically waive the voice and text usage charges. Those outside the areas can make their case by calling Verizon directly at 1-800-922-0204.