Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car on Friday Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cel phone signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina. Madden said she got a good signal nearby the day before while in line for ice and water, so they returned to the same area to make calls on the next day. 'Some work, some don't. I've been at it about 30 minutes,' she said.
Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car on Friday Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cel phone signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina. Madden said she got a good signal nearby the day before while in line for ice and water, so they returned to the same area to make calls on the next day. 'Some work, some don't. I've been at it about 30 minutes,' she said. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald File 2005
Nancy Madden of Gulfport stands on top of her car on Friday Sept. 2, 2005, to get a better cel phone signal as she and her mother, Nora Clay, try to reach family members and insurance companies following Hurricane Katrina. Madden said she got a good signal nearby the day before while in line for ice and water, so they returned to the same area to make calls on the next day. 'Some work, some don't. I've been at it about 30 minutes,' she said. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald File 2005

Will your cell service work if a hurricane rolls through the Coast, and will it be enough?

June 18, 2018 05:00 AM