After swearing controversies about data capsules imposed on contingency actors, Verizon has regretted and will remove restrictions on first responders in California as well as Hawaii, while offering a new plan.
Three days after a complaint was filed, Verizon blamed for lubricating the Santa Clara County Fire Department data that the department collided with the Mendocino Complex fire, the carrier has regretted.
"We supported the first respondents in the Mendocino fire, and we did not live up to our own commitment to service and performance," said Mike Maiorana, Verizon Senior Vice President of Public Sector. "Our process failed any first responders on the line are fighting for a massive California fire place. Because we are really sorry. And we make every effort to ensure that it never happens again. "
Verizon continued to announce that it has" removed all speed limitations for first responders on the west coast and in Hawaii to support today's firefighting and Hurricane Lane efforts "and that In the event of future tragedies it will "lift restrictions on public security customers, and provide full network access. "
The company also said that next week, it will introduce a new plan for first respondents who will" contain unlimited data without capsules on mobile solutions and [which] includes automatic priority access. "
The charges were made Tuesday as part of a statement filed by the Santa Clara County Fire Department as part of a lawsuit attempting to block the FCC's reversal of the Obama era's neutrality rules. Verizon at that time had characterized the gas damper as" a customer support error. "