The Sprint Spark tri-band 4G LTE network has just expanded into two new regions of the U.S. with the addition of Salt Lake City and Jacksonville, Florida. As of now, Sprint Spark is only available in about 15 markets, so it’s nowhere close to being widely available. But if you live in either of these two locations in the U.S., this should come as very good news to you.
Sprint Spark is only compatible with a handful of Sprint smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Mega, the LG G Flex and the LG G2. This is because the smartphones require special hardware to be compatible with Sprint’s unique collection of networks which gives users blazing fast 4G LTE data with peak download speeds of up to 60 Mbps.
With minor expansions like these, Sprint hopes to reach up to 100 locations across the U.S. by the end of the year, which could be a challenging ask given the slow start by the carrier.
Via: Phone Scoop