Wireless operators say they are ready for Hurricane Florence

When the Philippine Hurricane Tide Band arrives at the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on September 13, 2018, it will begin to rain.

As Chicago's hottest hurricane attacked the southeastern United States, leading wireless service providers in the country say that the network is in place.

Florence has been downgraded from Category 2 category 4 storm to Thursday and already produces tropical wind and heavy rain along the coastal lines of North Carolina and South Carolina. An official at the National Hurricane Center says that strong winds are expected to reach 100 miles per hour and storms are up to 12 feet. This, combined with the torrential downpour that lasts until Saturday, makes monster's storm a life-threatening event.

The country's wireless service provider says it is preparing a storm to keep the network running for consumers and beginners who rely also on wireless networks. From deployment of mobile cell sites to filling of sand bags and emergency generators, the carrier claims to do everything to maintain the telephone network.

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