Investing in Connection and Community Across Wyoming

Guillermo Lambarri, Director of External & Legislative Affairs
May 16, 2024
Community Impact

Investing in Connection and Community Across Wyoming

Investing in our Communities 

In Wyoming, we invested more than $110 million in our network infrastructure from 2019-2023 to connect more people to greater possibility.  

We understand how a connection can make the difference. That’s why our mission is to bring connectivity to everyone, no matter where they live or where they come from. We’re working to not only boost network reliability and capacity but also expand broadband nationwide to help bridge the digital divide. 

Committed to expanding connectivity, our investment focuses on all facets of the network —including FirstNet ®, Built with AT&T.  

  • Giving First Responders the Reliable Connectivity they Need: As America’s public safety communication partner, we are expanding and enhancing FirstNet to give the public safety community better access to their network. Setting the stage for first responder innovation over the next 10 years, the FirstNet Authority announced a series of strategic investments totaling more than $8 billion into FirstNet. The latest network investment of $6.3 billion will enable AT&T to deliver a standalone FirstNet 5G core, provide always-on priority and preemption across all AT&T 5G commercial spectrum bands and build 1,000 new FirstNet sites across the country over the next two years.  
    • In Wyoming, we’re connecting public safety agencies and organizations in nearly 50 cities across the state, including Alta, Buffalo, Casper, Cheyenne, Cody, Fort Laramie, Gillette, Jackson, Laramie, Medicine Bow, Rock Springs, Rolling Hills, Saratoga, Sheridan, and Yoder.  
    • We’ve rolled out Band 14 on nearly 300 sites across Wyoming to provide public safety with truly dedicated coverage and capacity when they need it. 

And, we’re not just investing in our network, we’re also investing in our communities. AT&T recently announced it’s committing an additional $3 billion by 2030 to help close the digital divide, bringing the company’s total commitment to $5 billion since 2021. 

  • AT&T contributed $15,000 to advance digital literacy programs in the Cheyenne area. The Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne (BGCC) is launching digital literacy programs at new start-up sites in Laramie County School District thanks to an AT&T contribution of $10,000. After School for Kids (ASK) also received $5,000 to support operations and technology for students in its after-school program. Read more. 

To keep up with all the latest updates from AT&T Wyoming, follow us on Twitter @ATTPublicPolicy and on LinkedIn. 


*FirstNet and the FirstNet logo are registered trademarks and service marks of the First Responder Network Authority. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. 

*About AT&T  

We help more than 100 million U.S. families, friends and neighbors, plus nearly 2.5 million businesses, connect to greater possibility. From the first phone call 140+ years ago to our 5G wireless and multi-gig internet offerings today, we @ATT innovate to improve lives. For more information about AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), please visit us at Investors can learn more at  

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