AT&T Investment and Innovation

Enhancing Broadband Access in Alabama

Investments that support public safety and improve connectivity

Purpose-built FirstNet cell sites are supporting communities across the state including Anniston, Banks, Berry, Clio, Orrville, Ranburne, Union Springs and Woodland.

High-quality Band 14 spectrum added to nearly 1,000 sites across the state supporting markets including Birmingham, Mobile, Franklin, Tuscaloosa, Cleburne, Lamar, Butler and more.

“Since I made the decision in 2017 to opt-in to FirstNet, Alabama’s FirstNet Team has gone above and beyond to ensure our first responders have increased capabilities to communicate as effectively and efficiently as possible, while also ensuring that our residents and businesses have the best possible services provided.”

Governor Kay Ivey

“FirstNet gives our responder teams the ability to deploy and coordinate responses immediately. When minutes count, instant high-speed communication can help those who save lives,” said Alabama Governor Kay Ivey. “Since I made the decision in 2017 to opt-in to FirstNet, Alabama’s FirstNet Team has gone above and beyond to ensure our first responders have increased capabilities to communicate as effectively and efficiently as possible, while also ensuring that our residents and businesses have the best possible services provided.”

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