Keeping Customers Connected During Arizona Pipeline Fire

AT&T Blog Team
June 21, 2022
Broadband Access and Affordability, Public Safety

Keeping Customers Connected During Arizona Pipeline Fire

As the Pipeline Fire rages in northern Arizona, AT&T is helping our wireless customers in Coconino County stay connected by waiving overage charges to provide unlimited talk, text and data. This includes AT&T Postpaid & PREPAID customers with billing addresses in 32 zip codes from June 17, 2022 through June 24, 2022. 

The Pipeline Fire, blazing outside the town of Flagstaff, has burned more than 26,297 acres as of Friday, June 17 and continues to present challenges to responding crews and the community. In an effort to help the impacted communities get additional support and resources, both Coconino County and the state of Arizona have declared states of emergency.

“Supporting first responders, preventing fires and preserving life and property are the priorities of all Arizonans in the face of challenging wildfires,” said James Christian, AT&T External Affairs Director. “For our part, that’s keeping our customers and public safety connected during these emergencies.”

The AT&T and FirstNet networks in northern Arizona have remained steadfast without interruption throughout the incident.

“We will continue to work with leadership in the communities impacted by the Pipeline Fire to stay connected and protect the network that so many of our first responders rely upon during these difficult times,” said Christian.

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