Sprint 4G LTE Network Lights Up in 11 New Cities

Posted November 26, 2012 at 5:09pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6316 views

Sprint has lit up its 4G LTE network in 11 new cities/counties, according to a press release distributed today.

“We are pleased to deliver our new 4G LTE network to more Sprint customers,” said Bob Azzi, senior vice president-Network, Sprint. “Whether someone uses 4G LTE for personal or professional needs, they will find that Sprint’s new 4G LTE network is performing extremely well. Customers should find it consistent, reliable and fast.”

New Areas:
● Anderson, Ind.
● Clarke County, Va./Jefferson County, W.Va.
● Harrisburg/Carlisle/Hershey, Pa.
● Hagerstown, Md./Martinsburg, W.Va.
● Harrisonburg, Va.
● Muncie, Ind.
● Peabody, Mass.
● Salina, Kan.
● Shenandoah County, Va.
● South Bend/Mishawaka, Ind.
● Winchester, Va.

Sprint introduced its all-new 4G LTE network in July 2012 and now offers service in 43 markets.

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Gwyneth - November 27, 2012 at 5:13pm
Phoenix, AZ and surrounding cities USED TO have awesome 3G data speeds, even before the extra $10 so called premium data speed. Now the data speed is horrendous!!! I don't care if it is 4G or 3G, I just want the data speed to be better or at least the way it used to be! Yes I know the difference between 3G and 4G but I rather have something than nothing. I am not holding my breath for 4G to get here anytime soon. It is just ridiculous nowadays having to pay the extra $10 for premium data when I hardly can use any data at all while I have the unlimited everything plan already! I have no complaints at all about the CS, they have all been awesome people to me every time I needed their help.
ccirstea - November 29, 2012 at 6:24pm
I would have to agree with you on the speed problem. I live in MN and I used to have awesome 3G speeds. 4G WiMax was and still is very spotty throughout MN considering the $10 extra charge on my bill every month. Most Of the time i can't event connect to 4G. My Netflix and Pandora used to load up in seconds, where as now is taking its sweet time to load up. Not to put Apple or iPhones down, but I did notice this speed decrease since the iPhone 4 was released in Sprints network. I am an iPhone and Android user on daily basis as I have 2 lines of service so I'm not taking any sides. Both operating systems are great and each one of them has their great distinctive features. It kind of leaves me wondering why speeds decreased so much since the iPhone launch on Sprints Network. Does Sprint Have Too Many Data Users That It Overloads Their Network or Did They Start Throttling Our Speeds Without Telling Us????
culua - November 26, 2012 at 6:55pm
I'm waiting patiently because sprint have been great with customer service and they never try to argue with me and doubt my problems. I'm all good as long its more then 600k of speed. Never had problems with signal problems I hoping Lte come to San Diego.
6italia0 - November 26, 2012 at 6:47pm
Wondering if people realize that what sprint considers LTE is really just normal 4G, I have T-Mobile on my iPhone 5 and get average 6-8 Mbps and high 9-12 Mbps which is 4G HSPA (not LTE) sprints LTE is about 10-12 from what I've seen, kind of funny. But one thing is guaranteed I WILL BECER HAVE SPRINT AT ANY POINT WHATSOEVER (they suck balls bad)
Juan - November 26, 2012 at 5:48pm
What happens in California in Ventura county the service is poor. Not good. They have to do something
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