DID YOU KNOW 3G NETWORKS ARE SHUTTING DOWN IN 2022?
That means there will no longer be data or voice service for Kyocera devices that do not have at least 4G capabilities. If you have an older Kyocera 3G phone, you will need to upgrade your phone to stay connected.
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Here’s what you need to do to check your Kyocera phone’s compatibility.
Check to see if your Kyocera phone will soon be obsolete.
Find out when your carrier will be shutting down their 3G network.
- AT&T: February 22, 2022
- T-Mobile/Sprint: March 31, 2022
- T-Mobile: July 1, 2022
- Verizon: December 31, 2022
Learn more about Kyocera 5G and 4G devices.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the benefits of 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Networks?
- Speed – 4G LTE networks can transfer data up to 10 times faster than 3G networks.
- Higher Capacity – LTE can support up to 200 active data clients at full speed for every 5MHz of spectrum.
- Efficiency – LTE provides improved use of the available spectrum.
Can my 3G device be upgraded to work on 4G LTE?
No, you cannot update a 3G phone to support 4G. Hardware components of a 3G device such as the radio/modem will not support 4G, the processor and software on your device may not support 4G either. To operate on a 4G or 5G network requires a device that is compatible from both a hardware and software perspective.
Why not skip 4G and upgrade directly to 5G?
- If you live and work in an area with 5G coverage or wish to take advantage of more advanced capabilities as they become available, then 5G is a great option.
- 3G will sunset well before 5G is widely available. While 5G devices will work on 4G the higher cost of a 5G device may not be worth it if your primary use is not in a 5G area.
- 4G LTE will be around for many years to come and it is very unlikely that a device will become obsolete in a typical lifespan.