Sprint Adding 28 New Cities To Their 4G LTE Network

Sprint 4G LTE

Sprint has announced that the company will be expanding their 4G LTE network in 28 additional cities this month. The new cities are part of Sprint’s Network Vision strategy to combine multiple networks into one.

Customer will be able to experience faster data speeds that enable instant Web access, better signal strength when making a call or using the Web, fewer dropped calls and improved voice quality with less static or background noise.

“We’re committed to providing improved 3G and 4G LTE as quickly as possible, and keeping our customers informed as to when and where they can experience the new network’s superior performance and speed,” said Bob Azzi, senior vice president-Network, Sprint. “Our customers depend on their mobile devices as their primary source of communication, business connectivity and entertainment. We’re delivering all of that functionality at a very competitive price.”

The 28 cities are listed below:

Albany, Georgia

Anderson, South Carolina

Bay City, Michigan

Branson, Missouri

Bremerton/ Silverdale, Washington

Columbus, Georgia

Columbus, Mississippi

Decatur, Alabama

Florence/ Muscle Shoals, Alabama

Gadsden, Alabama

Gaffney, South Carolina

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Glasgow, Kentucky

Homosassa Springs, Florida

Hot Springs, Arizona

Lake City, Florida

Lake Havasu City/ Kingman, Arizona

Midland, Michigan

Nacogdoches, Texas

Opelousas, Texas

Oxford, Mississippi

Paris, Texas

Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Saginaw, Michigan

Spartanburg, South Carolina

The Villages, Florida

Waycross, Georgia

Winona, Minnesota

 

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  • http://twitter.com/saunieindiego saunie

    Really? Lake Havasu? Not San Diego? Ridiculous!

    • http://www.lifeonmymobile.com Troy D. Brown

      I have to agree with you. The markets they have chosen are random. A main market like Las Vegas where Sprint makes a lot of device announcements lacks LTE as well as major markets all over the U.S. They are behind but with any luck will be caught up mid this year.