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  1. Dish calls out T-Mobile for wanting to shut down Sprint’s 3G network too soon As part of the T-Mobile merger with Sprint, the combined company was required to sell off Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepaid MVNOs, to a third party. Dish Network, a Satellite TV company, ended up being that third party that purchased and acquired the Boost Mobile brand and its millions of subscribers. In a letter obtained by Axios, Dish complained to the FCC that T-Mobile is rushing to shut down Spring’s legacy CDMA (3G) network that millions of Boost Mobile customers are still using. Dish
  2. Verizon will shut down its 3G network in 2022 This is the final delay. George Frey / reuters Back in January, Verizon spokesperson Kevin King went on record saying the company didn't have a concrete plan to decommission its 3G network. Ah, how times have changed. Verizon will shut down its 3G services on December 31st, 2022, VP of network engineering Mike Haberman announced today. (Verizon is the owner of Engadget's parent company, Verizon Media.) According to Haberman, less than 1 percent of Verizon customers still access the 3G netwo
  3. T-Mobile 3G shutdown reportedly delayed until 2022 The timeline gets stretchy In its bid to keep on the forefront of the 5G race in the United States, T-Mobile hasn't made its plans to kill off its and Sprint's 3G networks exactly loud and clear, but we had a good idea of when the ball would start rolling and when it would finish. Well, that was until the plans apparently changed. Over the past several months, T-Mobile for Business customers have been receiving letters detailing device requirements as the company begins sunsetting its UMTS and CDMA 3G
  4. Verizon indefinitely delays 3G network shutdown Verizon has backtracked on its plan to turn off its 3G network by the end of 2020. In response to questions from Light Reading, Verizon spokesperson Kevin King said "our 3G network is operational and we don't have a plan to shut it down at this time. We'll work with customers to move them to newer technology." That's a decided change from Verizon's plans from roughly a year ago. In July 2019, Verizon spokesperson Howie Waterman confirmed to Light Reading that the operator had delayed the shuttering of its 3G network f
  5. Researchers have reported their findings and fixes should be deployed by the end of 2019. A new vulnerability has been discovered in the upcoming 5G cellular mobile communications protocol. Researchers have described this new flaw as more severe than any of the previous vulnerabilities that affected the 3G and 4G standards. Further, besides 5G, this new vulnerability also impacts the older 3G and 4G protocols, providing surveillance tech vendors with a new flaw they can abuse to create next-gen IMSI-catchers that work across all modern telephony protocols.
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