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Vodafone Is Officially Killing Off Its 2G Network

Launched in 1993, Vodafone’s 2G GSM network will retire on 30 September 2017. The 2G network today is carrying less than one per cent of the company’s data traffic, and around two per cent of its voice traffic — with 4G now looking after almost 80 per cent of data traffic. More »      
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