Sprint's WiMAX coverage goes live for Minneapolis-St. Paul and Pittsburg
0. phoneArena 30 Sep 2010, 07:19 posted on
The carrier's 4G service is now covering 55 cities nationwide with the latest expansion to the Twin Cities and the City of Steel...
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1. jkolt (unregistered)
cottage grove, mn - Southeast suburb of St Paul MobileSpeedTest.com Test 1 - 4277 kbps Test 2 - 4777 kbps Test 3 - 5141 kbps
2. calamazoo (unregistered)
nice. what device are these on? thx
3. phoneduder (unregistered)
It says in the article...... The Epic and the Evo and a handful of Mobile Broadband cards/usb modems
4. tuminatr (Posts: 656; Member since: 23 Feb 2009)
go look at the minneapolis / st paul coverage map!! Sprint why would you launch such incomplete coverage ? you should have waited
9. markemark11 (Posts: 47; Member since: 07 Jan 2010)
its a soft launch. only about 50% of the initial build is up and running. the full build will be up in 30-60 days.
5. epho (unregistered)
Indeed. I live in Hopkins (Mpls Metros area) and there's no coverage whatsoever! And the western suburbs (like Minnetonka) are left out completely... I sure hope they're going to keep expanding...
6. Ilikephones1021 (unregistered)
Maplewood MN has had it for the last month. Average speed 7mpbs via evo. Overdrive registers 12.
7. jaabubby (Posts: 34; Member since: 16 Jan 2010)
"Technically", it's there just not in all of the areas yet. They're going to be installing them in segments across the metro area(s). It just takes time to do this. Does anyone remember when 3G topologies were rolled out? It's was same process. Again, give it time.
8. Pings (Posts: 297; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
I love how they call it 4G when its really 3.5G.
10. THECHOSENONE (unregistered)
Roseville, mn - A suburb of MPLS MobileSpeedTest.com Test 1 - 7278 kbps Test 2 - 7773 kbps Test 3 - 8121 kbps Ps This shit is on my EVO son! 4G speeds so fast that they will melt ur f*cking face off!!!
11. matt (unregistered)
does anyone have an estimation on how long it will take to increase the signal penetraion throughout the twin cities?