AT&T 3G Sunset Impact on 4G Devices
AT&T has announced their 3G (UMTS/HSPA) network sunset is planned for February 2022.
Replacement 4G/LTE voice-capable cellular modules, integrated into many brands/vendors of cellular products including MultiTech, are configured for voice-centric signaling by default. Many of these 4G/LTE devices are likely to arrive at a “No Service” condition after 3G sunset -- even for data-only applications unless action is taken beforehand.
To avoid service interruption for some 4G/LTE Category 1, 3 and 4 products impacted by the impending AT&T 3G network sunset, we recommend you review the Product Change Notifications - AT&T 3G Sunset Impacts on 4G Devices under RESOURCES to learn more.
Impacted MultiTech 4G Devices
LTE Category 1, Category 3 and Select Category 4 Models
Select LTE Category 4 Models
Note: -xx means all models that include the prefix preceding the -xx.
- SUPPORT AND RESOURCES
- OPEN A CASE IN THE SUPPORT PORTAL
- PCN: AT&T 3G Sunset-Impacts on 4G Devices (LTE Cat 1, Cat 3 & Select Cat 4 Models)
- PCN: AT&T 3G Sunset-Impacts on 4G Devices (Select LTE Cat 4 Models Only)
- PCN: mPower™ MTR 5.3.5 Edge Intelligence Software Release Notice (For Select Cellular Router Models)
- PCN: SocketModem® Cell - LTE Cat 4 Embedded Modems, New Ordering Part Numbers (MTSMC-L4G1 Models)
- PCN: Dragonfly™ LTE Cat 4 Cellular Embedded Modems, New Ordering Part Numbers (MTQ-LNA7 Models)
- PCN: Dragonfly™ LTE Cat 4 Cellular Embedded Modems, New Ordering Part Numbers (MTQ-L4G1-B02 Models)
- AT&T 3G Sunset Page