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AT&T New Jersey President Joseph Divis said this week the company invested $1.2 billion in its network infrastructure in the Garden State between 2020 and 2022.

These investments have been focused on all facets of the network —including fiber, 5G and FirstNet, the public safety network for first responders built with AT&T, Divis said.

“We know how important it is for our customers to stay connected through life’s defining moments, whether you’re celebrating a graduation, learning or working, creating or sharing, vacationing along the Shore, going to a ball game or relaxing at home,” Divis said. “That’s why we’re focused on boosting network reliability and capacity as we expand our network.”

Divis provided the following update of AT&T’s recent investments and activities in New Jersey:

  • Working with businesses from manufacturing to healthcare to create new innovations and increase efficiencies with AT&T 5G
  • Ramping up performance in high traffic areas, such as airports, stadiums and venues, like Newark Liberty Airport; MetLife Stadium; Riverview Plaza in Trenton, and Red Bull Stadium in Harrison
  • Expanding AT&T’s 5G network in less densely populated areas so people living there can have access to reliable connectivity
  • Rolling out Band 14 on more than 400 sites across New Jersey as part of FirstNet, which connects public safety agencies and organizations in communities across the state
  • Collaborating with organizations like the Ironbound Community Corporation, the Jersey City Housing Authority and local public libraries as part of AT&T’s commitment to help bridge the digital divide

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