Sprint adds new markets for LTE and Spark, international Wi-Fi calling and a 30-day free trial

Sprint adds new markets for LTE and Spark, international Wi-Fi calling and a 30-day free trial
It has been a busy Monday for Sprint's PR department, starting with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. The nation's third largest carrier has also announced that 28 new markets are covered with its 4G LTE service, bringing the total to 471. New cities covered include Seattle, Cleveland, and San Jose.  At the same time, three new markets support the operator's speedy Sprint Spark service, bringing that total to 27.

Sprint also has announced the nationwide availability of HD Voice. 16 million Sprint customers are currently using the service, which provides clearer, more natural sounding voice. With noise-cancelling technology, background noise is virtually eliminated. Sprint says that 28 of its post-paid smartphones support the service, while 33 of the operator's pre-paid phones work with the feature. Additionally, sometime over the next several weeks, Sprint customers will be able to talk or send texts from out of the country via Wi-Fi calling. More than 100 countries will support the service, which means that you should be able to communicate no matter where you are overseas.


Sprint is also offering a new risk-free 30 day trial period. If you aren't satisfied with Sprint within the first 30 days after you sign up, the carrier will refund the cost of all devices, and waive service and activation charges. The 30 day trial period starts with new customers signing up with Sprint on June 27th, or later.

source: Sprint

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