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3G service shutdowns to disproportionately impact vulnerable communities

Wireless networks plan to phase out devices that depend on the decades old 3G connections, a move that would likely impact older and lower income Americans.

Reset talks to a Washington Post reporter about what other devices could lose signal early next year.

GUEST: Cat Zakrzewski, technology policy reporter at The Washington Post

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