Texas First Responders get a Boost in Wireless Communications

New Infrastructure Will Help Advance Public Safety, Improve Connectivity for Area Residents, Businesses and Visitors

SOURCE: pipelinepub.com

DATE: May 2021

Texas’ first responders are getting a major boost in their wireless communications thanks to the FirstNet® network expansion currently underway by AT&T*. We’ve added new, purpose-built cell sites and other network enhancements across the state. Val Verde, Matagorda, Maverick and Williamson counties now have newly launched purpose-built FirstNet cell sites. These new sites are giving first responders on FirstNet – America’s public safety network – access to always-on, 24-hours-a-day priority and preemption across voice and data.



1 Comment on "Texas First Responders get a Boost in Wireless Communications"

  1. Matt Groveton | May 24, 2021 at 1:14 pm | Reply

    A year or two ago LE and other first responders Limestone County Texas were excited about the possibilities of FirstNet. For a time FirstNet Reps. were coming here making promises. We were excited and were counting on much needed radio infrastructure improvements. Then…just as fast as they first appeared the FirstNet Reps vanished. They vaporized along with their promises and have never been seen again. Looks like FN is just responsive to larger areas after all. Typical.

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