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Digi to shut down 3G network in Malaysia

Thursday 25 November 2021 | 09:39 CET | News
Malaysian operator Digi Telecommunications has urged its 3G mobile device users to switch to VoLTE-enabled 4G devices, ahead of its planned 3G network shutdown. Digi will shut down its 3G network gradually by region.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: DiGi Telecommunications
Countries: Malaysia
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