Attention to the users of old age machine and children’s telephone watch! Shanghai Unicom stopped providing 2G network services from December 1

The reporter learned from Shanghai Unicom yesterday that Shanghai Unicom will stop providing 2G network services from December 1 this year, which has been listed in the first batch of 2G network withdrawal list of the group. This is to further respond to the national policy of “speeding up and reducing fees” and “accelerating the development of 5g network”. Shanghai Telecom and Shanghai Mobile said that they had not received the group’s notice on 2G withdrawal. Zhu Jun, deputy general manager of marketing department of Shanghai Unicom, said that with the upgrading of network construction, 2G network, which has served for many years, has failed to meet the relevant service requirements. However, through 3G, 4G and 5g networks, good network services can be provided for users. < p > < p > Zhu Jun: “China Unicom Group plans to fully realize 2G network withdrawal in 2021 as soon as possible. Provinces and cities with relatively mature conditions plan to do 2G network withdrawal this year. Because of the rapid development of the whole information and communication level in Shanghai, our 5g construction is also relatively fast, so we are in the list of the first batch of 2G network withdrawal. We plan to stop 2G network service on December 1 this year. ” Zhu Jun said that since the second half of this year, Shanghai Unicom has actively informed users who only support 2G devices in batches, and launched preferential purchase activities to solve the terminal problems of old users. However, Fu Liang, a senior Telecom analyst, told reporters that for telecom operators, the long-term goal is to build 4G + 5g networks, and 2G and 3G will gradually withdraw from the network, but the progress and strategy of the three operators are different. < p > < p > Fu Liang: “for example, China Mobile wants to return 3G and leave 2G. China Unicom stops GSM and uses 3G. Because it is CDMA, Telecom is the most active to give back 2G and 3G, but so far it has not taken some sudden shutdowns. ” According to Fu Liang, it is not only a technical problem, but also a smooth transition of services. Operators should inform users, prohibit new pure 2G devices from entering the network in advance, and protect the rights and interests of users. < p > < p > Fu Liang: “you should tell him in advance that he needs to change the device that can support other networks. If it can not be changed, the operator should have certain measures to guarantee the minimum Continue ReadingDeveloped a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing