Live Updates: Tennessee Wildfires Response
Charging stations being utilized in Gatlinburg
AT&T to Donate $20,000 to Aid Communities Impacted by East Tennessee Wildfires
AT&T is donating $20,000 to support the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Fire Relief Fund and Friends of the Smokies to aid communities following the East Tennessee wildfires. Click here to read more.
ECV set up at a TEMA command post in Gatlinburg – providing free public Wi-Fi
Deployment locations in response to the Tennessee Wildfires
- Gatlinburg Community Center: MiniCOLT
- Rocky Tops Sports Complex: Emergency Communications Vehicle (Wifi enabled) and a Charging Station
- LeConte Center, Pigeon Forge: Emergency Communications Vehicle (Wifi enabled) and a Charging Station
- Sevierville Retail Site: Emergency Communications Vehicle (Wifi enabled) and a Charging Station
Charging Station at the Gatlinburg Community Center
AT&T Waiving Overage Charges For Those Affected By Tennessee Wildfires
To help customers displaced and impacted by the wildfires in and around Gatlinburg, Tenn., AT&T is waiving data overage charges for customers in affected areas. Click here to read more.
Charging Stations Deployed
We’ve deployed charging stations for those without power at the following locations:
- Rocky Tops Sports Complex, 1870 Sports World Blvd, Gatlinburg
- Sevierville AT&T store, 620 Parkway, Sevierville
AT&T Here to Help Those Affected by East Tennessee Wildfires
To help customers and emergency responders stay connected, local AT&T teams and our Network Disaster Recovery (NDR) team are deploying Satellite Cell on Light Trucks (COLTs), emergency communications equipment, and portable charging equipment stations in the area. Additionally, customers can support American Red Cross disaster relief by sending a text with ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999 to make a $10 donation. Click here to read more.