Analog Networks to Go Dark On Monday
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Feb 16, 2008, 3:08 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Monday, February 18, the FCC will allow wireless network operators to shut down their old analog networks. These networks, built in the 1980s and called Advanced Mobile Phone Systems (AMPS) were some of the first used in the U.S. Network operators can also turn off their first-generation TDMA digital networks. Verizon Wireless and AT&T plan to shut their analog networks down on the 18th. The number of AMPS and TDMA users is low, so most wireless costumers will be unaffected. Other, regional network operators will likely turn their analog networks off as well.
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hey does any one know if this affected sprint?? 😕
Sprint & T-Mobile have no analog networks since both of them are PCS only carriers. It will affect Sprint users somewhat when it comes to roaming i...
So, Im checking every few hours to see if Verizon kills Analog here.
If you wondering why AT&T...
I heard that OnStar and ADT would be affected...