FirstNet Connects First Responders During a Challenging Year

The past year has been the ultimate stress test for FirstNet

Following every major large-scale disaster – whether manmade or natural – public safety develops an after-action report. These are vital to helping ensure that we are even more prepared for the next major event. And if there was ever a year that deserved such assessment, it’s 2020.

Amidst titanic cultural shifts, health and safety threats and surrounding uncertainty, America’s first responders and frontline healthcare workers experienced a year unlike any other. And FirstNet®, Built with AT&T – the nation’s only communications network providing first responders with truly dedicated coverage and capacity when and where they need – was there to serve them. From supporting the first mass COVID-19 testing sites, as well as severe wildfires and one of the most active hurricane seasons on record, straight through to the siege on the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. on January 6, the past year has been the ultimate stress test for FirstNet.

FirstNet is the only network built with public safety, for public safety. Today, more than 16,000 agencies and organizations – accounting for more than 2.2 million connections nationwide – have subscribed to FirstNet. They are now on the frontlines of our nationwide vaccination efforts. And they continue to be there for us – every day and in every emergency.

While those that envisioned FirstNet could not have predicted this unprecedented year, they did know that first responders needed a dedicated, highly secure and reliable communications platform to effectively protect our communities. FirstNet has answered the call. And that’s evident by our efforts over the past year. Read more here.

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