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AT&T Wireless Network

AT&T has invested in our Hawaii communications networks, our people and local communities for 87 years.

building for tomorrow

Nearly $100 million invested by AT&T in its best-in-class wired and wireless networks in Hawaii from 2014-2016.

93 upgrades made in 2015-2017 including 7 new cell sites, addition of wireless and wired network capacity and new broadband network connections in Hawaii.¹

99.9 percent of population in Hawaii covered by the AT&T Mobile Broadband network as of January 2, 2018.

99.9 percent of population in Hawaii covered by the AT&T Wireless network as of January 2, 2018.

115 Wi-Fi hotspots in Hawaii as of March 7, 2018.

community impact

More than 1,500 hours of personal time given by AT&T employees and retirees in Hawaii to community outreach activities in 2016 – worth more than $36,900.*

Approximately $350,000 contributed by AT&T, the AT&T Foundation and our employees from 2014 - 2016 through giving programs in Hawaii.

jobs and economic support

Approximately 400 AT&T employees working in Hawaii as of December 31, 2017.

More than $31.4 million spent on goods and services purchased from suppliers based in Hawaii in 2016. This spending supports jobs and economic activity in the state.

287 AT&T retirees living in Hawaii as of February 28, 2018.

56 retail locations in Hawaii, including our company-owned retail stores, authorized dealerships and national retail stores as of February 21, 2018.

More than $31 million generated in local and state taxes by AT&T operations in Hawaii in 2016.

Approximately 50 veterans working for AT&T in Hawaii as of December 31, 2017.²


Updated March 2018

¹All network upgrades exclude LTE enhancements.
²NOTE: The number of veteran employees is calculated from those who have self-identified as veterans. Since identifying as a veteran is voluntary, there may be more veterans than the number shown. 
*The financial equivalent is based on the annual industry standards from Independent Sector.