Qwest offers flood victims free emergency call forwarding

Qwest is offering free Emergency Call Forwarding for one month as a way to help Red Valley flood victims in Minnesota and North Dakota keep in touch with family and business associates. The service allows customers that are located in areas experiencing a natural disaster to receive their home or business phone calls on an alternative number.
 
Customers that reside in these areas can set up the Emergency Call Forwarding service for free by calling 1-866-992-1784.

Qwest has employees on hand the Red River Valley area, and can mobilize more as needed, to maintain and protect network facilities in flood-threatened areas.

For more:
- see the release here

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