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FirstNet: First Responder Network Authority

First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) was created as a federal agency in 2012 and is the government's $46 billion, 25-year partnership with AT&T to build out a national public-safety broadband network. As of January 1, 2018, every governor of every U.S. state opted-in to FirstNet. More than 95 percent of the U.S. is expected to have optional LTE service for police, firefighters, and other first responders.

Two Way Direct, an Authorized AT&T FirstNet Master Dealer, working collectively with it's Authorized Dealer Network, FirstNet Consultants and AT&T Direct Representatives to help implement FirstNet service to thousands of Police and Fire Departments nationwide. This process will ensure the customer has an efficient and seamless transition into FirstNet while understanding it's maximum potential to their specific agency.

Lives depend on first responders’ ability to communicate in disaster and emergency. That is why FirstNet was created – to develop a wireless, mobile network to modernize public safety communications and keep police radios, firefighter two-way radios, and other first responders connected when it counts the most.