JT has joined the Channel Islands’ response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma by waiving all roaming charges for any JT customer caught up in the disaster until they can return.
The company, which is owned by the people of Jersey, is also working with Island authorities to identify other ways to help, which could include sending engineers and equipment to the region.
JT Chief Executive Officer Graeme Millar said: “Like most people, I have been following events in the Caribbean and Florida closely and I’ve been truly shocked and saddened by the scale of the devastation. Being a global business with worldwide roaming agreements, JT is in a position to be able to offer practical help to Channel Islanders caught up in the aftermath of this terrible natural disaster.
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JT customers in the region affected by Hurricane Irma should send a Direct Message to JT via the company’s Facebook page. Alternatively, Islanders who know of affected JT customers can contact the JT Contact Centre on 882882 to leave details.