When it comes to transitioning your network and devices, we’re here to help
At AT&T Business, we’ve seen mobile internet usage explode over the last decade – a trend that began taking off in the early 2000s. In fact, mobile data traffic on our national wireless network increased more than 730,000% from 2007 until today! And throughout our history, we’ve worked hard to provide the latest technology to support our customers and their changing usage needs. That includes providing newer and faster networks – and helping our customers transition to the latest technology. As of the beginning of this year, less than 1 percent of our mobile data traffic was running on our 3G network, as we’ve successfully worked with our customers to help them evolve to more up to date networks.
In February 2019, we publicly announced a plan to sunset our 3G wireless network, and we just ended service on February 22, 2022. Like other wireless providers, we periodically repurpose spectrum from an outdated generation of wireless technology to a new, more efficient one. Sunsetting 3G allows us to reallocate spectrum to newer technologies, for example to help unlock the ultimate benefits of the 5G experience – ultra-fast speeds, lower latency, and greater capacity – to better serve consumers and businesses. Learn more about AT&T 5G.
We’re always looking for ways to help you with your business needs. We’ve already migrated more than 37 million Internet of Things (IoT) devices off the 3G network, and we’re here to help you if you’re not yet fully migrated. Reach out today! We’re ready to help.
If you’re an AT&T Business Mobility customer, please review the 3G Sunset information here.
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