Sprint adds 40 markets to LTE footprint

Sprint adds 40 markets to LTE footprint

Sprint on Monday announced that it has added another 40 markets to its 4G LTE network. The areas, which seem to be scattered all over the country, bring the total up to 340 markets.

We are making great strides towards achieving nationwide scale with 4G LTE. The momentum we have demonstrates our commitment to provide an exceptional wireless experience for our customers…Today we are well underway with our build-out and delivering faster data speeds to our customers in more places where they live, work and play.

To see a list of new markets now officially reporting 4G LTE speeds, see Sprint’s press release or check out their coverage map.

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