Most Verizon company-owned stores in Metro Atlanta opened for business today at noon after being closed yesterday as a result of Hurricane Irma.Residents can visit their local Verizon store to make free calls, access the internet and charge their devices, regardless of their wireless provider.
Stores that opened at noon, include: Buckhead, Buford, Camp Creek (Atlanta), Canton, Carrollton, Cartersville, Cumming, Decatur, Dalton, Dawsonville, Douglasville, East Ellijay, Edgewood (Atlanta), Fayetteville, Gainesville, Griffin, Gwinnett, Hiram, Howell Mill (Atlanta), Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Marietta, McDonough, Newnan, North Point (Alpharetta), Peachtree City, Perimeter Place, Ponce De Leon (Atlanta), Snellville, Smyrna, Southlake and Woodstock.
“As part of this community, we’re here to help,” said Russ Preite, president, South East Market for Verizon Wireless. “All residents, regardless of whether you’re a Verizon customer, are encouraged to visit one of our local stores, even if you simply need to charge your phone or make a call.”
To ensure the safety and security of all Metro Atlanta residents, including the company’s employees, stores will open only when it is safe to do so. As a result, store hours may vary. Before visiting, please contact your local store. To find the nearest store, visit www.verizonwireless.com/stores
Verizon is committed to helping Georgia recover. For more on the company’s Irma response efforts, visit Verizon’s Media Center.
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ), headquartered in New York City, has a diverse workforce of 163,400 and generated nearly $126 billion in 2016 revenues. Verizon operates America's most reliable wireless network and the nation's premier all-fiber network, and delivers integrated solutions to businesses worldwide. Its Oath subsidiary houses more than 50 media and technology brands that engage about 1 billion people around the world.