December 31st, 2016 is the day that AT&T has designated as the cutoff date for all 2G networks and US Fleet Tracking wanted to let everyone know, one last time, of this change taking place.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) December 28, 2016
There are many mixed emotions which are a little difficult to cover in just a single word when addressing the ending of 2G GPS tracking networks. US Fleet Tracking has been talking about this finale for a while, yet time has gone by so quickly that it still feels so surreal to finally be saying goodbye to an operating system that fleet teams have been blessed to utilize for ten years. In just two days, December 31st, 2016 is the day that AT&T has designated as the cutoff date for all 2G networks and US Fleet Tracking wanted to let everyone know, one last time, of this change taking place.
To avoid having no GPS tracking connection at all, everyone using the old system will need to upgrade to devices that utilize the new 3G technology. Upgrading is the only way to keep work life simple and take advantage of things like automatic oil change notifications, geofencing, and speed alerts. Additionally, fleets with the new networks will be able to enjoy the fastest 5-10 second updates and keep a strong connection no matter where fleet drivers travel.
As 2017 approaches US Fleet Tracking encourages fleet teams to think about being the best they can be and ask themselves if that means utilizing the best in GPS tracking. If the answer is “yes,” because they would like for their fleet team to operate smoothly, efficiently, and keep their bottom line looking great, then there is still time to upgrade.
If anyone has more questions about the upgrade process, the upgrade offers US Fleet Tracking currently has in place, or they just want to check to see if their current devices are already 3G capable then click here. The US Fleet Tracking support team is available to answer all GPS tracking questions one may have.
To see US Fleet Tracking’s selection of GPS tracking devices, please click here.