# Why isn't there a third buffering zone in the pH curve of this titration?

I'm in chem 30 right now and we were learning about pH curves and buffering zones. I was looking at a question on the titration of $\ce{H3PO4}$ with $\ce{NaOH}$. The curve showed two qualitative reactions occurring as seen in the two sudden changes in pH. It also showed two buffer zones. Shouldn't there be 3 buffer zones not 2? My understanding is that once the reaction of $\ce{HPO4^{-2}}$ and $\ce{PO4^{-3}}$ is occurring, a third buffer zone would occur.