FirstNet, AT&T announce nationwide availability of subscriber-paid/BYOD offering

Primary public-safety agencies with little or no budget to pay for their personnel to have broadband services can utilize a FirstNet subscriber-paid—or bring your own device (BYOD)—offering recently made available nationwide at 5,300 AT&T retail stores and online outlets, according to an AT&T official.

SOURCE: Urgent Communications

DATE: June 15, 2018

Primary public-safety agencies with little or no budget to pay for their personnel to have broadband services can utilize a FirstNet subscriber-paid—or bring your own device (BYOD)—offering recently made available nationwide at 5,300 AT&T retail stores and online outlets, according to an AT&T official.

Many in the public-safety community have focused on the FirstNet adoption trends of agencies that currently purchase broadband services from AT&T or another commercial wireless carrier, a large percentage of first responders have limited—or no—funding to pay for broadband connectivity. In such cases, agencies may choose to have their personnel own their own devices, using them for both personal activities and emergency work.

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