Wireless carriers are repurposing older 3G networks, specifically CDMA and GSM networks, to make way for further investment in 4G LTE networks.
For fleets that rely on 3G-powered in-cab devices, this means reductions in wireless coverage until the networks are shut off for good, rendering these devices obsolete.
This guide details what to expect as 3G networks are sunset and how to best make the switch to LTE, not only to avoid a loss in coverage but to enhance your connectivity and enable new solutions for your drivers.
Key takeaways include:
- Achieving a better understanding of how wireless carriers are repurposing older 3G networks
- Determining what this transition means for your older onboard equipment and how to make the switch to 4G-powered devices
- Realizing the short-term and long-term benefits of advanced connectivity through 4G LTE networks
- Selecting a fleet mobility provider that understands the complexities of the continued evolution of wireless networks