Sprint Names More Than 20 New LTE Markets
Updated: revised headline
Sprint today annnounced the names of 20 markets that will have access to its LTE 4G network in the coming months. The new markets include: San Francisco, San Mateo, Redwood City, Santa Rosa/Petaluma, Vallejo/Fairfield, and Napa, Calif.; Cape Coral/Ft. Meyers, Naples/Marco Island, Punta Gorda, Sarasota/Bradenton, and Sebring, Fla.; Fort Wayne, Lafayette/West Lafayette, Terre Haute, Marion, Kokomo, South Bend / Mishawaka, and Warsaw, Ind.; Dyersburg-Union City-Martin, Tenn.; Emporia, Kan.; Greenwood, Miss.; Joplin, Mo.; Lexington Park, Md.; and Ottawa-Streator, Ill. According to Sprint, it has LTE up and running 24 markets already, and is on target to reach 100 markets by the end of the year. Sprint notes that customers in these markets may see LTE 4G service come and go in the weeks ahead of their launch. Timing of the launches was not specified.
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Not only getting it away from it all, bodies in the sand, tropical drink melting in my hand, steel drum band, but now LTE too???
Must think of way to include LTE in that song... must...