Hawaiian Telcom Residential Customers Can Receive Free Phones

Phones will work even when power goes out


The corded telephones work on the low-level electrical current provided from Hawaiian Telcom central offices, which have back-up power systems in case of emergencies. “In the aftermath of the October 2006 earthquake, most other phone services could not operate without electricity,” Brown said, “but Hawaiian Telcom’s reliable landline home phone service kept operating, providing an added level of safety to our customers who could continue to reach emergency services and loved ones.”



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