Sprint now covers over 30 markets with LTE service, new cities added today
posted by Maxwell R. / Oct 23, 2012, 12:37 AM
Sprint also expanded their network to cover Wichita Falls, Texas, which is a couple hours outside of Dallas. 4G LTE was also turned on in Hutchinson and McPherson, Kansas, two towns in the center of the state and several hours from Kansas City.
Finally, New Bedford and Fall River, Massachusetts, neighboring towns which lie well south of Boston, also had the switch flipped to provide high-speed service. Sprint has set an aggressive goal to have over 100 cities up and running with their new LTE service in the coming months. While no definitive time-line was given, at the rate the carrier is moving, they will likely reach that goal in the early part of 2013.
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Major cities on the west coast could use some love before more of these small towns in the middle of bumf**k nowhere get service... Wouldn't that be more competitive with VZW & AT&T?
posted on Oct 23, 2012, 1:25 AM 2
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Slowly but surely Sprint is putting out their brand of LTE as them being the first to establish 4g in the first. We won't see it here in S Florida til mid-2013 but I had divorce them weeks ago.Good luck Sprint. I rock w/the Magenta dudes
posted on Oct 24, 2012, 10:07 AM 0
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If you go on to Sprint.com and under LTE discussion, it list the cities that are current getting the LTE. And all I can say is that more than 1/2 half of those cities are unheard of. So does that mean they have more subscribers there than other major cities. Like most companies, they got their a@@ backwards. Always looking to cater new subscribers instead pleasing the existing ones to keep them!
posted on Oct 25, 2012, 6:03 PM 0
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