June 17, 2015
Emergency Information Center
During emergency situations, Sprint works closely with local public safety agencies and hardens its networks in impacted areas so that critical communications are available to its customers before, during and after an emergency situation.
INFOGRAPHIC: See how a wireless call works. There is a lot that goes into completing every wireless call – a service is vitally dependent on commercial power and Local Exchange Carriers (LECs). During emergency situations and inclement weather, there is potential for these resources to be impaired and severely impacted.
INFOGRAPHIC: Sprint’s Network Disaster Recovery Team ensures the continuity of Sprint’s network and service following a storm’s landfall.
NEWS RELEASE: 1 June 2015 - Sprint’s Network and Emergency Response Team Ready for the 2015 Hurricane Season
Unique to Sprint, the Emergency Response Team (ERT) provides short-term wireless telecommunications equipment, infrastructure and operations support to federal, state/local public safety, law enforcement, military and private sector entities when it matters most. These services can be deployed during business continuity and recovery efforts, declared emergencies, agency-specific events, field training exercises, National Special Security and pre-planned events.
Read more about the ERT’s operations and equipment
INFOGRAPHIC: Sprint ERT prepares for an emergency event and serves public safety, emergency medical personnel, and various state and local agencies during times of a natural disaster.
General Customers and Sprint Business Continuity
Sprint Hurricane Preparedness Tips
Sprint’s Business Continuity Tools, Resources and Plans Before and Following a Hurricane or Major Storm
Wireless subscribers impacted by hurricanes should contact eCare with concerns.
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