Major mobile phone providers shut down their analog networks today – which means most cell phones more than about 5 years old won’t work anymore. While less than 1-percent of cell phones in use are still analog, the shut could mean the end of some people’s lifelines. WGCU’s Mike Kiniry explains.
Monday, 18 February 2008 00:00
Analog Cell Phone Network ShutdownWritten by Mike Kiniry