Sprint now offering 30 day risk-free trial of services, expanded LTE coverage, and more
Sprint, having a busy day to kick off the week, has announced the expansion of 4G LTE to another 28 markets. What’s more, the tri-band Spark service is getting three more areas of its own. While the former eclipses the 470 market threshold, the much faster Spark LTE now reaches 27 cities.
Today also sees Sprint announcing international Wi-Fi calling to more than 100 countries. Slated to roll out in the coming weeks, the service lets users send texts and make calls across their Wi-Fi connections.
As if that weren’t enough, Sprint has confirmed the nationwide availability of HD Voice. With more than two dozen smartphones to choose from, the HD service provides a more natural and much clearer voice with noise-cancellation. According to Sprint’s math, there are roughly 16 million customers using HD Voice today.
Sprint, so confident in its services and offerings, is now offer “risk-free’ 30 day trials. Those who sign up for a Framily plan or one of the carrier’s other services can cancel within 30 days; the cost of the device, activation fees, and service charges are waived. The deal kicks off June 27.
Oh, and don’t forget, there’s a new Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport coming to Sprint as well!
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