AT&T Boosts 5G and Public Safety in Missouri and Kansas



These investments are directed to improve the critical services for public safety and first responders 

Source: Yahoo Finance

DATE: December 12, 2019

AT&T Inc.  recently announced that it has invested considerably in the states of Missouri and Kansas to fortify its wireless and wired network. The network includes AT&T Fiber and Fixed Wireless Internet, which provides enhanced reliability, speed and network coverage to enterprises and customers.

The company has invested $1.5 billion in St. Louis, MO; $625 million in Kansas City, MO; $100 million in Wichita, KS and $110 million in Topeka, KS over a period of three years. In addition, AT&T has invested $1.8 billion and $725 million in Missouri and Kansas, respectively. Apart from boosting network infrastructure, these investments are directed to improve the critical services for public safety and first responders with First Responder Network Authority in order to establish public safety’s dedicated nationwide communications platform — FirstNet.

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