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Sprint to place its LTE signal in 28 more markets

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Sprint to place its LTE signal in 28 more markets
It's hard to believe that it was just last July when Sprint started rolling out its 4G LTE service. Already, the carrier has 49 cities covered with its 4G signal and has announced plans to add the service to another 200 cities within its 3G footprint. In fact, by the time Sprint is through, the carrier will have 4G coverage over its entire 3G footprint.

The 28 additional cities that will receive Sprint LTE include: Albany, GA; Anderson, SC; Bay City, MI; Branson, MO; Bremerton/Silverdale, WA; Columbus, GA; Columbus, MS; Decatur, AL; Florence/Muscle Shoals, AL; Gadsden, AL; Gaffney, SC; Gettysburg, PA ; Glasgow, KY; Homosassa Springs, FL; Hot Springs, AR; Lake City, FL; Lake Havasu City/Kingman, AZ; Midland, MI; Nacogdoches, TX; Opelousas/Eunice, LA; Oxford, MS; Paris, TX; Pittsfield, MA; Saginaw, MI; Spartanburg, SC; The Villages, FL; Waycross, GA and Winona, MN.

Sprint customers in areas getting 4G LTE and 3G upgrades will receive faster data speeds for quicker video downloads, clear video updates, improved game playing and improved signal strength when making a call or surfing the web. Also, customers should notice improved voice quality on calls. With T-Mobile about to launch its first LTE market, Sprint is no longer the new kid on the block when it comes to 4G LTE.

source: Sprint


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