All 50 states vote yes on AT&T’s $40 billion emergency response network FirstNet

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  1. All 50 states vote yes on AT&T’s $40 billion emergency response network FirstNet  TechCrunch
  2. All 50 US States, 2 Territories and the District of Columbia Opt-In to FirstNet  PR Newswire (press release)
  3. AT&T says all US states will use its public safety netwowrk  Reuters
  4. AT&T – YouTube  YouTube
  5. FirstNet Media Kits | First Responder Network Authority  First Responder Network Authority
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Today, AT T announced that all states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia have officially signed on to FirstNet, a government program operated by AT T to provide universal emergency response communications across the country. States had until yesterday to officially opt in or opt out of the .Tech Crunch reports "Today, AT T announced that all states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia have officially signed on to FirstNet, a government program operated by AT T to provide universal emergency response communications across the country. States had until yesterday to officially opt in .All states vote yes on AT T s $ billion emergency response network FirstNet. Published on . Like Liked UnlikeAll states vote yes on AT T s $ billion emergency response network FirstNet. Sign in to like this article. . Comment. Sign in to comment on this article. . ShareShare All states . PM. News and News. All states vote yes on AT T s $ billion emergency response network. Go to article. News and News Holdings, LLC. All Rights Reserved. About Team Contact Email Site. .







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