Sprint announced some exciting news today, there will be four more cities getting added to their 4G LTE network. Here’s the new cities that you’ll be seeing the network in:
- Baltimore, MD
- Gainesville, GA
- Manhattan/Junction City, KS
- Sedalia, MO
Along with this rollout of the 4G LTE service, Sprint has also announced that they plan to be upgrading the existing 3G service in Baltimore, Boston and Washington, DC. Sprint is working on all of these improvements to their 3G network so that customers have an easier time texting, sharing photos, surfing the web and really just making better use of their smartphones. My question is, why don’t they just start doing a whole lot more with 4G instead of messing with those silly 3G phones! 4G LTE is where it’s at, and as Tim Allen says in his old show, Home Improvement, “More Power!”
Sprint has also indicated that Sherman-Dennison, Texas is expected to see their 4G LTE network rolled out in the coming weeks. Sprint says that by the end of 2013, they want to have completed the build-out of its 4G LTE and 3G network.
“Our customers are enjoying new applications and devices that increase the demand for mobile data,” said Bob Azzi, senior vice president-Network, Sprint. “The network build-out – that today is playing out in four new cities – will provide nothing less than a state-of-the art network platform for the next generation of customers. Customers across the country will begin to experience better 3G service on their devices and will be able to take advantage of 4G LTE on cutting-edge devices as we continue to launch more cities.”
Is anyone looking forward to seeing this new roll out? Or have you moved on from Sprint and went with a more 4G capable network like Verizon Wireless or AT&T? Let us know in the comments below!