AT&T frees up additional spectrum by terminating 2G network

“The nation’s second largest wireless service provider discontinued service on its 2G wireless networks on January 1, 2017. That’s bad news if you still use a legacy device like Apple’s original iPhone. Data usage on AT&T’s network has grown by a staggering 250,000 percent since 2007, with video being the most significant contributor to the sudden growth. When you consider that the first 2G network went live in 1991, it’s amazing that they’ve persisted as long as they did.” Read more at TechSpot.

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