T‑Mobile Brings Ultra Capacity 5G to Miami U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Hospital - Secretary's Center for Strategic Partnerships (SCSP)
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Secretary's Center for Strategic Partnerships (SCSP)

 

T‑Mobile Brings Ultra Capacity 5G to Miami U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Hospital

February 25, 2021

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We are celebrating the launch of 5G at the Miami VA Healthcare System and thank our partners at T-Mobile for their continued support in ensuring access and connectivity. Up to 70,000 lines of service are being provided to Veterans and VA’s frontline healthcare workers.

“Groundbreaking collaborative partnerships like this play an important role in our success moving forward and we are grateful to T-Mobile for their continued commitment to the partnership with VA,” said Deborah Scher, Executive Advisor to the VA Secretary and leads the VA’s SCSP.

View the full article on the T-Mobile website.

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