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AT&T Wireless Network

AT&T has invested in our Kansas communications networks, our people and local communities for 139 years.

building for tomorrow

Nearly $775 million invested by AT&T in its best-in-class wired and wireless networks in Kansas from 2014-2016.

223 upgrades made in 2015-2017 including 6 new cell sites, addition of wireless and wired network capacity and new broadband network connections in Kansas.¹

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

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

324 Wi-Fi hotspots in Kansas as of March 7, 2018.

community impact

445 students mentored by our employees in Kansas through Aspire Mentoring Academy from 2012 to 2016.

More than 26,000 hours of personal time given by AT&T employees and retirees in Kansas to community outreach activities in 2016 – worth more than $625,000.*

More than $2.8 million contributed by AT&T, the AT&T Foundation and our employees from 2014 - 2016 through giving programs in Kansas.

jobs and economic support

More than 1,500 AT&T employees working in Kansas as of December 31, 2017.

More than $487 million spent on goods and services purchased from suppliers based in Kansas in 2016. This spending supports jobs and economic activity in the state.

4,237 AT&T retirees living in Kansas as of February 28, 2018.

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

More than $117 million generated in local and state taxes by AT&T operations in Kansas in 2016.

Approximately 120 veterans working for AT&T in Kansas as of December 31, 2017.²

environmental impact

137 alternative fuel vehicles operated in Kansas as of January 31, 2018.


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.