In March, AT T was selected by the First Responder Network Authority to build and run the network and in June, the company began sending its plans to state governments for review. States had until yesterday to decide whether they would opt in or out of the program and all decided to approve it.. AT T will help build a coast to coast public safety network after all states opted into the FirstNet public private authority by last week s deadline. New Hampshire previously signaled plans to opt out of FirstNet in favor of a plan from Rivada Networks, but changed course on Thursday after it became . Expanding the Network and Building Out Band The First Responder Network Authority will issue work orders to deploy the RANs in all states, Washington, D.C., and the two opt in territories in early . This will give AT T the green light to expand FirstNet s footprint and deploy Band capacity . Last week, AT T announced that all U.S. states had decided to opt into FirstNet, a Federal government backed communications network that will be built and operated by AT T to provide connectivity for first responders across the country..
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