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Verizon Drops 10,000 911 Calls During Blizzard

February 22nd, 2011 02:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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mschaffer noted a Bloomberg piece saying ‘US regulators said Verizon Communications Inc.’s networks may have dropped a ‘truly alarming’ number of wireless emergency calls during a snow storm last month, and asked the carrier to investigate.” The article says 10,000 calls failed to connect during one blizzard. Can’t wait to see what all those AT&T migrators think.

Source: Verizon Drops 10,000 911 Calls During Blizzard

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