Verizon finally shutters its 3G network
Verizon has switched off its 3G network following years of warnings to holdouts still relying on the legacy network.
Any customer using a 3G CDMA device that does not support newer technologies “will be suspended without billing and will lose the ability to call, text, or use data.”
The operator is the last of the US big three carriers to switch off its 3G network. The spectrum used for the network will be repurposed for newer technologies.