Adieu to Analog (Phone Edition)By
On Monday, most of the analog wireless phone networks, the ones that gave birth to cell phone service in the 1980s, will go dead. The Federal Communications Commission has given network operators, primarily AT&T and Verizon Wireless, to shut down the obsolete services and shift the spectrum in the very valuable 800 MHz band over to their digital networks.
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