Now live in New York City, it's Sprint's LTE Plus
To achieve this, Sprint uses two-channel carrier aggregation to widen its LTE pipelines in the city. With carrier aggregation on more than 900 2.5GHz cells sites, more traffic can zip through Sprint's pipelines at a faster speed. And Sprint's smart antenna system uses a technology known as beamforming. This sends out a more focused, directed signal to Sprint customers.
LTE Plus offers Sprint's tri-band service. The 2.5GHz band provides speedy data speeds, 800MHz offers stronger indoor coverage, and 1.9GHz provides broader coverage.
Sprint is still offering AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile subscribers the opportunity to have their current bill cut in half by switching to Sprint. And not only will Sprint pay your switching costs up to $650 per line, it currently offers a 30-day money back guarantee. So what are you risking by testing out Sprint's LTE Plus service in New York?