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Current version by: MaxAwesomeness GB (Max) ,

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Rogers will be shutting down their 2G towers in 2018, along with most of their 3G, in order to switch to VOLTE (Voice over LTE). While it is best to upgrade, I can relate, as I currently rock a BlackBerry, and am facing Verison's 2G shutdown in 2019.
What you need to do is unlock your phone. You can contact the manufacturer, contact your provider, use Google to find if it has a generic code, or pay $20 online to get the code.
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+Sadly, you can't upgrade your GSM phone to use CDMA or vice versa. Or upgrade from 2G to 3G. Otherwise, my BlackBerry would have LTE-A. What the manufacturer put in is what you are stuck with.

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Original post by: MaxAwesomeness GB (Max) ,

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Rogers will be shutting down their 2G towers in 2018, along with most of their 3G, in order to switch to VOLTE (Voice over LTE). While it is best to upgrade, I can relate, as I currently rock a BlackBerry, and am facing Verison's 2G shutdown in 2019.

What you need to do is unlock your phone. You can contact the manufacturer, contact your provider, use Google to find if it has a generic code, or pay $20 online to get the code.

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