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3G Could End This Year. For People Who Rely on Basic Phones, That’s a Big Problem.

Some rural residents, religious communities, and people who just like simple phones are still reliant on the vanishing network

Mia Lipsit in Manhattan, New York, on January 10, 2021. Photos: Yael Malka for OneZero

Over the years, Mia Lipsit has innovated a number of tech workarounds to avoid buying a smartphone: She’s hacked…




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