AT&T snags FBI business from Verizon with $92M FirstNet contract

Represents the largest commitment to FirstNet by a law enforcement or public safety agency to date.

SOURCE: fiercewireless.com

December 8, 2020

AT&T scored a major win for FirstNet, landing a contract valued at around $92 million to provide FirstNet mobility services for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).  

The five-year deal is basically all new business for AT&T, according to Stacy Schwartz, VP of FirstNet Program at AT&T, and represents the largest commitment to FirstNet by a law enforcement or public safety agency to date.

“We’re extremely proud to be supporting a preeminent law enforcement agency like the FBI, we take a great deal of pride in working with them,” Schwartz told FierceWireless, adding that it’s a big accomplishment for AT&T and FirstNet.

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