AT&T offering free three months service to all frontline doctors and nurses in the US amid Coronavirus pandemic

Monday, April 13, 2020

AT&T have announced that they will offer all physicians and nurses in US with free three months of service as part of it's FirstNet program, appreciating those in the frontline fighting the Coronavirus pandemic. The announcement came in yesterday night on John Krasinski's Some Good News online show. All verified and state-licensed doctors and nurses in the US and US territories will be offered with free service so long as you are on the carrier's FirstNet first responder plans.

Report by Syamanth Sreejith

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