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Verizon to shut down 2G CDMA 1X network by the end of 2019

Verizon confirmed to FierceWireless that it is currently planning to shut down its CDMA 1X network by Dec. 31, 2019. However, the carrier said it would work with its current CDMA 1X customers and would consider operating its CDMA 1X network into 2020 if those customers need more time to move onto Verizon's LTE network.

Report: Nextbit scraps plans to build CDMA Robin Android smartphone for Verizon, Sprint

Nextbit has killed plans to make a CDMA version of its Robin smartphone, Re/code reported, and will no longer develop a phone that will work on the networks of Verizon and Sprint.

MVNO Ting grows accounts by 36%, is seeing increased churn among GSM users

Ting Mobile saw the number of accounts on its network increase by 36 percent last year over 2014, according to parent company Tucows Inc., and the number of devices increased by 37 percent.

Intel continues to pare mobile losses, buys CDMA modem assets from VIA Telecom

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said the company remains "solidly on track" to achieve its previously committed goal to cut around $800 million from losses in its mobile business this year and said more than 75 percent of that goal has already been realized so far. The chipset maker also confirmed it acquired the CDMA modem assets of VIA Telecom.

AT&T's Cricket: 'Few' CDMA customers remain ahead of network shutdown, including in California

AT&T Mobility's Cricket Wireless prepaid brand has "few" remaining customers on its legacy CDMA network, which is being officially shut down tomorrow. Cricket said that it has some customers on that network remaining in California "and a few additional locations." 

A look at the wireless industry's shuttered networks: From CDPD to iDEN to CDMA to WiMAX

​Network shutdowns are a way of life in the wireless industry, as technologies evolve and advance, and one era gives way to the next. Wireless carriers have been shutting down legacy networks for more than a decade and the shuttering will continue this year.

T-Mobile: 190,000 MetroPCS subs were still on CDMA network ahead of shutdown

T-Mobile US said that as of Friday, 190,000 customers on its MetroPCS prepaid brand still had phones connecting to MetroPCS' legacy network, which was turned off on Sunday as T-Mobile completed the final market shutdowns in Dallas, Miami and New York City.

T-Mobile catches up with Sprint: Both carriers now cover 280 million POPs with LTE

T-Mobile US now covers 280 million POPs with LTE, according to CTO Neville Ray. The carrier had pledged to reach that coverage goal by the middle of this year, and thus appears to have reached that goal earlier than expected.

T-Mobile to shut down legacy MetroPCS CDMA network on June 21

T-Mobile US plans to shut off the legacy CDMA network of its MetroPCS prepaid brand on June 21, earlier than expected. The carrier still needs to shut down the CDMA network in three major markets.

AT&T: VoLTE needed to support voice roaming with CDMA carriers in 700 MHz band

AT&T Mobility said it will need to wait until it deploys Voice over LTE nationwide to support CDMA voice roaming on its 700 MHz spectrum.