3G NETWORK SUNSET
Get your fleet ready for the 3G to 4G transition
Say Goodbye to 3G for Good
The nation’s largest wireless carriers are phasing out their 3G networks. Vehicles with GPS tracking devices powered by Verizon 3G will need to upgrade to 4G devices in order to avoid a loss of service.
• Verizon 3G network will retire on December 31, 2022
Make Sure Your Fleet is Up to Date
Here’s what you need to know to make sure your technology—and your organization—doesn’t get left behind.
Why is this happening?
Retiring the 3G network creates space more advanced network services, such as 5G. This network shutdown doesn’t just affect GPS tracking technology—it will also impact other connected devices and older mobile phones. You can learn more here.
What are the dates for the 3G network shutdown?
- Verizon will retire its 3G network by December 31, 2022.
Who does it affect?
This affects any fleet that has vehicles with GPS tracking devices on the Verizon 3G network. If you’re not sure the carrier you have, or what network you’re on, contact your Customer Success Manager.
What should I do if I have 3G devices?
If you know you have devices on the 3G network, please contact your Customer Success Manager now to reserve your place in line to receive your hardware.
Contact your Customer Success Manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your upgrade.
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