Why do you need 4G+3G Dual SIM?
Since most dual SIM phones in the current generation are 4g+2g, the shutdown of Telstra’s 2G network at the start of December rendered these phones as single SIM, as the 2G slot can no longer connect to the Telstra network. With Optus and Vodafone also shutting down their 2G networks in 2017, there is an increasing need to turn the simultaneous 4G+3G phones if you require Dual SIM. As both slots are able to run at least 3G, 4G+3G phones are unaffected by the shutdown of 2G networks.
Currently there are only a few chipsets that can run Dual Sim 4G+3G, and at Australian retailers, only 4 phones with 4G+3G support are being sold. At Mobileciti, we stock 3 of these models to offer a large selection,December 20, 2016
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