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Ariella
Ariella
12/30/2017 7:37:51 PM
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Re: The Cost of Smart Cities
@afwriter A number of smart city programs that AT&T has invested in also gets some government funding. But, according to Zeto, AT&T is laying out the lion's share of the funding.

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ms.akkineni
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12/30/2017 4:28:01 PM
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Re: The Cost of Smart Cities
Very valid question. I think there has to be some arrangement out of understanding between At&T and the city government.

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Shaunn
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12/29/2017 8:48:01 PM
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Re: The Cost of Smart Cities
That's a good question. From my point of view, it would have to be AT&T because there's no way a city has the resources to do something like that on a city budget.

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Michelle
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12/29/2017 8:18:18 PM
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Re: The Cost of Smart Cities
Excellent question I find myself asking when I read about smart city advancements. I can only assume steps taken now will determine who ends up paying and how (in the future).

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afwriter
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12/29/2017 1:21:33 PM
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The Cost of Smart Cities
<Another problem that smart cities can help solve is the Digital Divide. That includes putting WiFi in public spaces, regardless of neighborhoods to increase access to the Internet for all. It also applies to using the Internet to improve neighborhoods.>

Who ends up paying for something like this?

 

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clrmoney
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12/29/2017 11:14:55 AM
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Smart Cities
Well this Smart City things is just expanding into doing different things and maybe its and good thing or not but we will see in the long run.

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