Thx, good to know.vreihen wrote: ↑Tue Jan 28, 2020 10:14 amWhen the 2G sunset left BMW owners with no connectivity in the USA, they gave everyone a choice between a $200 gift card or updating them to 3G hardware:
https://www.bmwcca.org/news/2g-based-bm ... s-december
BMW still has a ton of old vehicles on the road with 3G. Curious what their plans are.This week AT&T started sending out emails about how users will need a new smartphone if they want to continue “receiving service.” AT&T’s message does not suggest that users will lose service instantly – but they DO suggest that some users will NEED to upgrade to a new phone if they plan on continuing to get phone calls by the time the countdown is done.
An update email from AT&T suggested that they’re upgrading their network “to use the latest technologies.” AT&T continues, saying “these updates are to serve you better and bring faster speeds and greater reliability.”
I would be very surprised if remote command execution is faster under 4G. The amount of data being transmitted wouldn't need to be great, so data speed shouldn't make a big difference.