Singapore’s cell networks, M1, Singtel and StarHub have introduced that they’ll shut down 2G providers in Singapore with impact from April, 2017.
Consequently, the spectrum at present used for 2G might be reused to offer 3G and 4G providers.
In the previous few years, cellular operators have been conducting outreach programmes to encourage clients emigrate to newer networks. Immediately, nearly all of cell prospects are on 3G and 4G networks, solely an especially small proportion of shoppers stay on 2G-solely cellular units.
The cell operators will proceed to succeed in out to affected 2G customers by varied channels as related, together with SMS, calls and posters at their shops, within the run-as much as the 2G community closure.