Sprint Launches LTE in 70 New Markets

Sprint Launches LTE in 70 New Markets

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Sprint has announced the introduction of LTE in 70 new markets including Green Bay, Wis; Orlando, Fla; San Diego; and St. Louis, bringing the total number of LTE markets to 300.

These advances are made possible because of the continued rollout of Sprint’s Network Vision program in 2013, which includes a complete upgrade of the 3G network and deployment of 4G LTE. As part of that program, Sprint is redeploying its 800MHz spectrum for LTE and 3G with the goal of delivering improved in-building coverage for voice and data.

“In 2013, we made major improvements across our 3G and 4G LTE network,” said Bob Azzi, chief network officer. “In the growing number of markets where the upgrades are nearly complete, our customers are noticing. Re-engineering our entire network has been a big undertaking, but now it’s delivering tangible benefits to our customers. With the announcement of Sprint Spark, the increasing availability of 4G LTE and the improvements we have made to our voice network, we’re full speed ahead for 2014.”

You can find a list of the new markets below...

Sprint Launches LTE in 70 New Markets
Johnny Cage - December 17, 2013 at 11:40pm
By the time they actually finish setting it up, every other company will be on LTE Plus. Sprint spends all it's money on advertising and doesn't give a crap about providing solid data/signal to its customers.
sprintsucks - December 17, 2013 at 3:02am
Sprint sucks! if you call some1 it goes to their voice mail It means their provider is a Sprint.No doubt..