There is no place in technology for outdated things. This is where Tim’s decision to disable the 3G network goes. Here is what will change.
Those who know technology know that there is a time limit for practically everything. Often we would have heard Planned obsolescence. It aims to set the expiration date of the course cycle already. However, in this case, the talk is a bit different as we are talking about the TIM network.
Technological changes are going very fast. We looked at the gateway in the connection field 5G. Slowly, slowly we see this change. We are also thinking about the frequency change of digital terrestrial. Everything that wants to enhance the user experience. Breakthrough of 5G Looks like it marked the end of the web 3G.
Tim’s decision, and even before Vodafone, should come as no surprise. Of course, it’s about results Got mobile Tim is in the lead. The gradual shutdown of the 3G network will lead to a strengthening of the performance of the 4G and 5G networks. Because all resources are concentrated in the latter. Together we will see what will change for customers.
Tim, shutdown of 3G network: this is what will change
Despite advances in technology, many users still have to deal with Tim’s 3G network. As reported by the site upgo.news, Customers can make continuous calls and text messages over the network 2G. This will inevitably bring the gods Recessions In navigation. Progressive shutdown will begin April 2022.
The same is true for those who have a 4G network but do not have voice service on the network. You can use 2G network without any particular problem. They can browse securely with 4G network. With a description, no guarantee can be given Navigation during voice calling (Times).
The same rule applies to customers Got mobile. Both managers advise customers to replace very old devices. So replace them with supporters New technologies. This should not be a problem as there are also cheaper products.
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