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|Predecessor||AT&T Communications Inc.|
|Founded||August 1, 2017 ; 4 years ago ( 2017-08-01 )|
|Headquarters||Whitacre Tower ,
|Jeff McElfresh (CEO)|
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|Revenue||US$ 144 billion (2018)|
AT&T Digital Life
|Website||www .att .com|
Participation in the Emergency Broadband Benefit, low-cost broadband and community investments – AT&T will bring broadband connectivity to even more Americans through its broadband deals
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AT&T announces today it will invest $2Billion over the next three-years to reduce the digital divide.
This renewed commitment to the communities we serve combines AT&T's low-cost broadband service offerings with community investment. And it builds on the company's contribution of $1 billion over the last 3 years toward helping the nation's most vulnerable communities.
We have a commitment to making it affordable, accessible for education, and able to offer economic opportunities to those millions of Americans that don't currently have broadband.
John Stankey, AT&T CEO stated: "We believe that broadband connectivity for all Americans is essential." AT&T is investing in and expanding the reach of our broadband networks while also advocating for effective and sustainable public policies that help close this country's digital divide." How will we do this?
Expanding affordable broadband through AT&T's low-cost offers and the Emergency Broadband Benefit program administered by the FCC Education Offers: We continue to offer discounted wireless solutions to more than 135,000 public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities. These offers help keep students and teachers connected in a 1:1 learning model to assist in transforming education beyond when schools reopen. The internet's high speed should open up new opportunities for learning, and not make them more difficult. We have increased our support for education inequality over the past year, especially for almost 17 millions students who are disproportionately of color and from low-income or rural families.
At&T Announces $2 Billion Investment To End The Digital Divide. Dallas' 'Connected Learn Center' Will Be Open
The company said it's in talks to put centers in Dallas and 19 other cities. The first could open by the start of the next school year.
The Principal Gabrelle Dickson, who is waiting for parents to get Wi-Fi access, grabs one. In Dallas on April 24, 2020, Young Women's STEAM Academy Balch Springs students will have access to a Fi hotspot offered by DISD. An area survey revealed that 33% of respondents said they don't have Internet at home. (Juan Figueroa / Staff Photographer) Dom Di. Furio Dallas-based AT&T will commit an additional $2Billion over the next three year to increase internet access affordability for more Americans living in low income areas. This is to close the gap known as "the digital divide" and reduce the disparity in education and employment opportunities.
Baked into that pledge is a continuation of discounts for internet services that it offers to K-12 schools, colleges and universities. This company has 135,000 education institutions.
The Access from AT&T program was established five years ago and will remain available for qualifying households whose income is at least 135% below the federal poverty level. Dallas's eligibility criteria are a family of four who have an annual income not exceeding $35,775
The program provides qualifying customers with internet access for $10 a month or cheaper at speeds that vary based on customer location. AT&T is also waiving any home internet overage fees to customers participating in this program until June 31st.
FCC customers who meet the eligibility criteria can sign up to the forthcoming Emergency Broadband Benefit. Details are expected to follow in the next month. For those who live on reservations or tribal lands, the federal program can help to pay up to $50 each month in internet expenses.
But AT&T is also in talks with its partners to open 20 connected learning centers in underserved communities. All the necessary technology to make the internet accessible will be provided at the centers, including Wi-Fi connectivity and fiber connectivity. AT&T volunteers will offer mentoring.
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