Connecting Heroes

T-Mobile is Turning First Responder Smartphones into Body Cams with Latest Partnership

T‑Mobile has teamed up with Visual Labs to offer a cost‑effective body worn camera solution — the latest addition to T‑Mobile’s groundbreaking Connecting Heroes program
Press Release

BELLEVUE, Wash., September 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), America’s 5G leader, announced a new partnership with Visual Labs so first responders can turn a smartphone into an all-in-one body cam and communications solution. More states are now requiring body worn cameras which can be a significant cost for agencies — especially in small towns or rural areas.

T-Mobile Upgrades Connecting Heroes: Adds Preemption, Rugged Devices, and New Plans with 5G Phones for First Responders

T‑Mobile adds preemption along with priority network access, so first responders with WPS (Wireless Priority Service) get unmatched network access in an emergency
Press Release

BELLEVUE, Wash., June 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ — We count on first responders … and they can count on us, with America’s largest, fastest and most reliable 5G network. Today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), America’s 5G leader, announced important new upgrades to the company’s groundbreaking Connecting Heroes program, a 10-year commitment to provide free service and 5G access to first responder agencies — all public and non-profit state and local fire, 911, police and EMS departments — saving them up to $7 billion.

T-Mobile Launches ‘Connecting Heroes’ – Free 5G for First Responder Agencies is Here

Summary: 

What's the news

T-Mobile is launching Connecting Heroes, part of the new T-Mobile’s first Un-carrier Move: #5GforGood. And T-Mobile’s giving everyone a new iPhone SE on us or half off a flagship superphone from another top brand with eligible trade-in. Plus, the country’s biggest 5G network is getting even bigger and better, with service now live in San Francisco, Sacramento, Tampa and Orlando.

Why it matters

First responder agencies face impossible trade-offs between buying life-saving equipment including PPE or funding important wireless communication. T-Mobile is helping solve that problem with Connecting Heroes, a 10-year commitment, bringing up to $7.7 billion back to first responder agencies.

Who it's for

State and local first responders who risk it all to protect us. And all essential workers … and everyone who’s had to change the way they work and live in these unprecedented times.

Press Release

What's the news

T-Mobile is launching Connecting Heroes, part of the new T-Mobile’s first Un-carrier Move: #5GforGood. And T-Mobile’s giving everyone a new iPhone SE on us or half off a flagship superphone from another top brand with eligible trade-in. Plus, the country’s biggest 5G network is getting even bigger and better, with service now live in San Francisco, Sacramento, Tampa and Orlando.

Why it matters

First responder agencies face impossible trade-offs between buying life-saving equipment including PPE or funding important wireless communication. T-Mobile is helping solve that problem with Connecting Heroes, a 10-year commitment, bringing up to $7.7 billion back to first responder agencies.

Who it's for

State and local first responders who risk it all to protect us. And all essential workers … and everyone who’s had to change the way they work and live in these unprecedented times.

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