When there’s a disaster or power outage and all forms of modern-day communication are down, what do you do?
It’s not hypothetical. Hurricane Sandy in 2012 brought so much destruction that 73 percent of people lost Internet service and 58 percent home phone service, and one in four cell phone towers simply stopped working. Desperate residents had no way to reach friends and family.
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