AT&T will be phasing out their 3G networks on February 22, 2022
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... AT&T continues to support our customers and is committed to offering you the most advanced wireless networks to ensure you are ready for whatever comes next. As you may be aware, that effort includes phasing out 3G wireless service.
We would like to respond to inquiries Omnitracs has raised on behalf of their customers with regards to both the date and turndown duration of the 3G network. Future network traffic growth will increasingly depend on our ability to offer innovative data services on AT&T’s wireless network that has sufficient spectrum and capacity. So, we plan to end service on our 3G wireless networks on February 22, 2022. This date is firm due to the complexity of this transition and the need to maintain service levels across AT&T’s wireless network. ...
What is affected by the 3G phase out?
How do I know if I have a 3G device?
If you are unsure whether you obtain a 3G ELD, tracker, or camera, contact Gentrifi. A Gentrifi representative will get back to you and setup an appointment. During the appointment, the representative will check your account to review your devices.