AT&T’s prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless, posted some news on its 3G network shut down – they will be ending service on 3G (UMTS) wireless networks in early 2022.
To this, they will stop new activations of non-VoLTE devices beginning 2020.
For customers who have activated a non-VoLTE device prior to mid-2020, they can still use their device until early 2022. Once the network shut down is completed, customers will have to use a compatible VoLTE-capable device so they can enjoy uninterrupted voice and data service from Cricket Wireless.
This is a push back from their original announced date of January 1, 2020.
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