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AT&T will terminate 2G and 3G on December 31st, 2018

AT&T will terminate 2G and 3G on December 31st, 2018

What this means for you:

There can be NO New activation's of previously non-activated trackers after 12/31/18. You have until December 31st, 2021 to reactivate any iTrail Trackers that have ALREADY BEEN ACTIVATED on the AT&T network.

Certain ZIP codes in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois will experience greater disruption during this phase out. You can search for your ZIP code here to see if you will be affected. Trackers active in these ZIP codes may need to be upgraded to 4G capable devices before these dates.
 
Note: The coverage can become disrupted in other ZIP codes as AT&T sunsets 2G and 3G towers moving towards 2021 final termination.
 

The Good News:

iTrail will be releasing two NEW Subscription based 4G Trackers the Connect has built-in magnets & the Button is a wearable tracker, both come with the same reliability, new waterproof/shockproof body, amazing battery life and wireless charging on the way! Subscription: One Price. All the Options.

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