The problem is that those who have not upgraded to 3G GPS tracking within the next 25 days will lose connection completely.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB)
December 07, 2016
It’s hard to believe how quickly time has gone by since AT&T officially announced that they were planning to shut down all 2G networks. This change has come as quite the shock to some people, and others have embraced it wholeheartedly as they know it gives them a chance to benefit from the new and improved networks. Why does this 2G shutdown matter so much? Well, the fact is that US Fleet Tracking’s GPS tracking devices used to operate off of the 2G network, much like many cell phones…