AT&T says its 2016-2018 investment in Delaware totaled $50 million


AT&Tinvested nearly $50 million in our Delaware wireless and wired networks during 2016-2018.

In 2018, AT&T made more than 200 wireless network upgrades in Delaware. The upgrades includednew cell sites, the addition of network capacity, and new wireless high-speed Internet connections.

“We’re investing in our network in Delaware to make business growth possible; keep the First State competitive; support public safety; and provide residents and visitors to our towns and beaches with the tools to stay connected and entertained,” said Denis Dunn, president, AT&T Delaware. “We will continue to work with business and government leaders on policies that welcome investment to Delaware.”

The AT&T LTE network covers more than 400 million people in North America.

Other highlights:

  • Delaware first responders enjoy the fastest overall experience on FirstNet, compared to any commercial network in the nation, thanks to the specialized capabilities enabled by the physically separate and dedicated FirstNet network core. FirstNet is a partnership that includes AT&T and an independent agency of the federal government.
  • Public safety agencies subscribed to FirstNet have 24/7 access to a nationwide fleet of 75 mobile centers. The assets can either be deployed for planned events or called upon in emergencies to help first responders stay connected and operate faster, safer and more effectively.

To learn more about our wireless coverage in Delaware, or anywhere in the U.S., visit the AT&T Coverage Viewer. For updates on the AT&T wireless network, visit the AT&T network news page.

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