Cobb County deploys SyncUP FLEET and other wireless services

Cobb County, Georgia is the latest to go with T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) voice, data and fleet services, the company said.

The Atlanta-area county is cutting costs, improving public safety, increasing efficiency and responding to the needs of a rapidly growing community. The county, which is Georgia´s 3rd largest, recently switched more than 700 lines across nine departments to T-Mobile with a mix of smartphones, tablets and SyncUP FLEET devices.

Cobb County has been a provider of fleet operations for years. Among its recent accolades, in 2017 the county ranked 6th nationwide for government fleets, and was named the 15th overall best fleet in North America.

The county has equipped nearly 300 vehicles with T-Mobile SyncUP FLEET, including fire and emergency services vehicles. SyncUP FLEET is a small device that plugs directly into a compatible vehicle´s OBD-II port, allowing fleet operators to track and manage their vehicle from a mobile or desktop app. SyncUP FLEET can be used by fleet managers to optimize routes and decrease fuel consumption by identifying idle times and it can indicate when vehicle maintenance is required.

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