AT&T Wireless Giving Doctors and Nurses 3 Months Free Service
AT&T Wireless has stepped up by offering doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus battle free service for 3 months, according to CNET.
The offer, which was first announced on Sunday on John Krasinski's YouTube show,
Some Good News, is good for US doctors and nurses on AT&T's FirstNet Plan. Don't worry if you're not currently on the plan, you can switch over from your regular AT&T plan or sign up as a new customer.
AT&T's FirstNet is a special service just for emergency workers. It allows them to be on a special band of the 4G LTE network to make sure they can communicate during emergencies without fail.
For more information and to get started click here. You'll need to prove you're a licensed doctor or nurse.
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