Sprint adds 21 markets to 4G LTE footprint

Sprint adds 21 markets to 4G LTE footprint

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Sprint today announced the expansion of its 4G LTE network, listing 21 new markets with faster data connectivity. Spread over a handful of states, these new cities bring Sprint’s coverage to a total of 88 markets with more to come.

Sprint is pushing forward with the 4G LTE network, and plans to have more than 170 total markets with coverage in the coming months. Subscribers might find some faster data speeds in cities that aren’t yet officially offering LTE. Examples given include Washington, D.C., New York and San Francisco.

The 21 new Sprint 4G LTE markets:

  • Albemarle, N.C.
  • Bloomington, Ind.
  • Charlotte, N.C.
  • Contra Costa County, Calif.
  • Denison, Texas
  • Greeneville, Tenn.
  • Joplin, Mo.
  • Kerrville, Texas
  • Lafayette, Ind.
  • Lincolnton, N.C.
  • Los Angeles
  • Mankato/North Mankato, Minn.
  • Memphis, Tenn.
  • Norfolk/Virginia Beach/Newport News, Va.
  • Palm Bay, Fla.
  • Port St. Lucie, Fla.
  • Rochelle, Ill.
  • Salisbury, N.C.
  • Shelby, N.C.
  • Tullahoma, Tenn.
  • West Palm Beach, Fla.

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