AT&T Offering Nurses & Doctors 3 Months of Free Wireless Service via FirstNet
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AT&T is helping healthcare workers stay connected during the coronavirus crisis.
AT&T is giving frontline nurses and physicians 3 months of free wireless service on its FirstNet network.
FirstNet is a wireless network built with AT&T in partnership with the First Responder Network (FirstNet) Authority and is the only nationwide high-speed broadband communications platform built especially for America’s first responders.
Designed to provide reliable critical communications and the fastest overall nationwide network experience, FirstNet has unique public safety features for first responders including always-on, always-ready service, seamless integration with “FirstNet Ready devices,” and specially-designed tools, technologies, and apps for first responders.
Nurses and physicians already on the FirstNet Mobile Responder plan will automatically receive the 3-month service credit on their smartphone or tablet line of service. New subscribers are also eligible for three months of free service.
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Additionally, nurses and physicians signing on to FirstNet can get a $200 activation credit when activating a new FirstNet Ready smartphone on a new FirstNet Mobile-Responder plan. For more details or to claim this offer, head on over to FirstNet.com.
Note that new subscribers must migrate or activate smartphone or tablet line of service with AT&T to a new FirstNet Mobile–Responder smartphone or tablet line of service. Devices are not included with the offers mentioned above.