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Published 2 months agoWed, 06 Feb 2019 15:15:16 -0800

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Tags: Network, 3G, Extended 3G, Roaming

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I have been on a trip recently, and I noticed that a couples of time, my phone went into extended 3G mode. Can anyone please tell me what extended 3G actually means?

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It means that your carrier is not available (physically, with towers) in your current area but is still providing 3G through another carrier. Carriers sign agreements with other carriers to co-utilize towers in regions where they don't have their own towers or have lesser signal strength.

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