Sprint announces which lucky users are to get 4G LTE in 2012

Sprint announces which lucky users are to get 4G LTE in 2012

Sprint users (my hand is up!), are you tired of the sub-par results you get with WiMax? Well, if you’re in one of the people in a select few markets (and with a select few phones), you can start checking out Sprint’s LTE network… soon. The market includes:

  • Dallas
  • Atlanta
  • Houston
  • San Antonio

According to Bob Azzi, Senior V.P. of Sprint:

Within the first half of 2012, Sprint customers should experience first-hand the wide-reaching improvements we have made in terms of boosting voice and data quality. With advanced smartphones and sophisticated wireless modems, our customers are using more and more mobile data, and one of our top priorities is to provide the best technology possible to improve our customers’ experience.

So, if you’re in one of these markets, be on the lookout for better speeds soon. Be sure to hit the source link for the full presser, and let us know what you think in the comments!

Source: Sprint

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11 Comments

  1. Nobuyuki Sakamoto
    January 06, 17:08 Reply

    I like how Verizon and Sprint have both attacked AT&T areas first.  Of course, they might both be working on roaming cooperation to fill the gaps.

  2. Nobuyuki Sakamoto
    January 06, 17:08 Reply

    I like how Verizon and Sprint have both attacked AT&T areas first.  Of course, they might both be working on roaming cooperation to fill the gaps.

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