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CTIA Statement on 50th Anniversary of 9-1-1

WASHINGTON – The following statement is for attribution to CTIA® President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker. “50 years ago, the first 9-1-1 call was made. Today, the wireless industry helps to deliver millions of 9-1-1 calls and texts from wherever we are, whatever the emergency.

This Week in 5G: Powering up the home of NASCAR

Welcome back to the latest edition of CITA’s ‘This Week in 5G,’ where we dive into all the biggest news in the next generation of wireless. This week was full of fresh developments in the world of 5G. Here are some of the top highlights: AT&T spotlighted cities embracing

Recognizing Heroism: The Annual 9-1-1 Honor Awards

This week, we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first 9-1-1 call, and last night, I had the privilege to attend the NG 9-1-1 Institute’s 15th Annual 9-1-1 Awards, along with Senators Brian Schatz and Amy Klobuchar, Representatives Robert Aderholt and Frank Pallone, FCC Commissioners Jess

Celebrating 50 Years of 9-1-1

9-1-1 is deeply woven into the fabric of our daily lives. Children as young as two know to dial 9-1-1 from cellphones for help in emergencies. So it may come as a surprise that Americans didn’t always have this lifeline. This week, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first call to 9

We Found Love in a Wireless Place

In celebration of Valentine's Day, we pulled user data on how we're using our wireless devices to find love.

CTIA Statement on White House Infrastructure Plan

WASHINGTON – The following statement is for attribution to CTIA® President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker. “CTIA is pleased that the Administration’s infrastructure plan recognizes the value of mobile connectivity, the importance of wireless leadership, and the need to str

Real-Time Text is Wireless Accessibility for the 21st Century

CTIA and our member companies have long been proud partners of the accessibility community in efforts to make mobile wireless connectivity available to everyone, including people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and speech-impaired. From adapting mobile phones to work with TTY machines—devices t

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