FCC Fines AT&T $5.25 Million for 911 Outages [telecom]

By Kyle LaHucik

AT&T Inc. will pay $5.25 million to settle a Federal Communications Commission investigation into service outages last year that caused thousands of dropped 911 calls.

The mobile provider's network experienced one of its largest 911 service outages March 8, 2017, causing 12,600 failed calls, and a second on May 1, 2017, causing 2,600 failed calls, the FCC said June

28 in announcing the settlement.

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