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AT&T Attempting To Fill Coverage Gap At VUMC

AT&T Attempting To Fill Coverage Gap At VUMC

by / on August 5, 2013

The campus of Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a notorious dead zone for AT&T customers. So the cellphone carrier has announced the installation of more than 1,200 mini antennas at one of Middle Tennessee’s largest employers.

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Tennessee Agrees to Be Text-to-911 Test Site

by / on September 5, 2012

The state’s 911 operators will soon be able to receive emergency reports by text message. The Tennessee Emergency Communications Board voted unanimously Thursday to approve a pilot project led by AT&T.

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AT&T Argues if Anything Should Be Subsidized, It Should Be Broadband

by / on April 4, 2011

State legislation forcing lawmakers to choose sides between rural phone companies or giant telecoms is now waiting for Governor Bill Haslam’s signature. Last week the General Assembly approved a bill that lowers the rate companies like AT&T pay rural co-ops to complete long distance calls within the state.

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AT&T 4G Coming to Tennessee in 2011

by / on March 29, 2011

AT&T announced plans Tuesday to bring 4G to Tennessee. The telecom will speed up data service at 250 cell sites this year.

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Phone Parity Bill Passes Senate

by / on March 24, 2011

Tennessee’s Senate has approved a bill that would eventually all make long distance phone calls cost the same amount, no matter if they’re in- or out-of-state.

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AT&T Proposes Law to Level Out Cost of Intrastate Calls

by / on March 1, 2011

The state General Assembly is wading through a new argument between seventeen rural telephone companies and telecommunications giant AT&T.

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