AT&T to Shut Down its 2G Network
In 2012, AT&T announced plans to eventually shut down its 2G network. Ever since the announcement, the company has been trying to migrate all of its 2G customers off that network so that it can successfully shut down the entire network by the end of 2016. AT&T claims that by shutting down its 2G network, it will be able to provide better services to the majority of its other customers who are based on the 3G and LTE networks.
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