Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 3 major storm and is still gathering strength as it moves toward Florida, where it could make landfall as soon as late Monday as a Category 4 hurricane.
All of Florida has been placed under a state of emergency and authorities are urging residents to stockpile a week’s worth of food and supplies, with the governor warning that the storm could be a “multi-day” event.
As a safety precaution, some of the major telecom providers in the United States have announced that they are waiving fees for those in the path of Hurricane Dorian
Verizon announced they are offering unlimited call/text/data for customers in Dorian’s path. https://twitter.com/VerizonNews/status/1167506290626760704 https://www.verizon.com/about/news/hurricane-dorian-way-and-verizon-ready
AT&T announced they are waiving data overages in affected areas of Florida from 9/2 until 9/8. https://about.att.com/pages/disaster_relief/storm_dorian.html
Sprint announced that they are waiving call, text, and data overage fees for customers in the U.S. Virgin Islands effective August 28 through September 4. https://newsroom.sprint.com/updates-on-dorian.htm?linkId=72887125