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Sun, Aug 9, 2020 6:55 PM

ZTE 700a (Wireless Home Phone and Internet) - Will it work after 3G is retired?

I currently have Wireless Home Phone and Internet and use the ZTE 700a.  When the 3G network is retired, will this device work or not?

 

If it will not work, can I upgrade to the MF729 wireless internet device?  It appears that the MF729 will be supported.

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ATTHelp

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5 months ago

We can definitely help you with your home base, @tjbarclay.

There's lots of great new features and faster speeds coming as we enhance our network. When the 3G Sunset is complete in early 2022, 3G devices and 4G wireless devices that don’t support HD Voice will no longer work on our network - like your ZTE 700A.

Stay tuned for future announcements concerning new home base equipment compatibility. Thank you!

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5 months ago

That's what I though.

 

Does the NetComm IFWA-40 or MF729 (I've seen both model numbers for a similar looking device) shown on your web site https://www.att.com/buy/connected-devices-and-more/att-wireless-internet-black.html

support HD voice?  If so, I would be interested in upgrading my old Z700A.

GLIMMERMAN76

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5 months ago

it says it supports hd voice right in the specs

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5 months ago

Thanks, found the full specs after I posted my question.

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