County questions AT&T's 911 billing [telecom]

by David Showers

More than 80 percent of the annual appropriation for the Garland County 911 Communications Center's AT&T bill was spent in the first seven months of 2019, a cost overrun the county attributed to AT&T's arbitrary billing practices.

A spreadsheet presented to the Garland County Quorum Court showed the emergency 911 fund is paying more than $23,000 a month for AT&T's Hosted Solutions service that receives 911 calls and dispatches first responders using internet protocol-based Next Generation 911 technology.

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