At AT&T, we strive to use the power of our network to help build a better today and tomorrow for all. And, for the past 138 years, improving our Georgia communities has been a core value at AT&T.
“How can we make things better?” That’s a question AT&T is always working to answer. And, once we find an answer, we focus on making that solution even better.
This month’s news is a testament of our diverse commitments to finding new and improved solutions. From announcing a new class of ed-tech startups joining the AT&T Aspire Accelerator that can enhance educational opportunities for our students, to blocking a billion robocalls for a more desirable phone experience, to assisting a nearly blind runner compete in the Boston Marathon, expanding our understanding of how technology could help all people live independently.
AT&T is committed to seeing how the "Power of &" can change all of our lives for the better.
With this commitment, we are also focused on innovations to help make cities smarter and more connected. We believe collaboration & innovation can solve some of the toughest challenges facing our cities and help to transform communities across Georgia. The Atlanta Civic Coding Competition (C3) offers the opportunity to come together to help solve some of the Capital city’s toughest challenges. Registration for C3 opened June 1. For additional information, please visit http://engage.att.com/c3Atlanta.
And, as always, I appreciate your role in making our work in Georgia a success — for our customers, our communities and our state.
President — AT&T Georgia
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