Sprint's LTE Network Reaches Chicago and Other New Markets
Sprint's LTE 4G network is available in new markets beginning today, and is more available in several existing markets. The new markets include Indianapolis and Carmel, Ind.; Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Vallejo, and Fairfield, Calif.; York and Hanover, and Franklin County in Pennsylvania; and Page County, Va. Sprint's LTE 4G network is also now available in Southern Puerto Rico (including Ponce, Coamo and Guayama). Sprint expanded the availability of its LTE 4G network in and around the metropolitan Chicago region and Shenandoah County, Va. According to Sprint, its LTE 4G market is now available in 49 markets.
Sprint Doubles LTE Plus Footprint
Sprint today said it has doubled the availability of its LTE Plus coverage from 77 markets in November to more than 150 markets today. Some of the new markets include Boulder, Colo., West Palm Beach, Fla., Cleveland, Ohio, and Syracuse, N.Y.
Sprint Retires 'Spark' and Launches 'LTE Plus'
Sprint is rebranding its LTE 4G network in an effort to call attention to the technology involved in making the network tick. Sprint LTE Plus replaces the Sprint Spark name for the company's tri-band LTE network, which uses 800MHz, 1.9GHz, and 2.5GHz.
Sprint Names Its First 5G Markets As It Preps Massive MIMO
Sprint today indicated which markets will be first to see 5G service from the carrier at some point in the first half of 2019. Sprint said customers in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.
AT&T Names First Three 5G Markets On Deck for 2018 Launch
AT&T today said Dallas and Waco, Texas, and Atlanta will be its first three mobile 5G markets and it plans to launch before the end of the year. AT&T has more markets prepped for mobile 5G and will name them later.
I'd REALLY like to know...
Where is the announcement for Las Vegas? You know, the city that has major electronic expos.....one of the biggest tourism spots in the entire country, yet it's left out on every announcement you make.
While you're at it, why don't you give the entire state of Mississippi and Louisiana LTE, before you even touch the rest of the country; The rednecks need to stream their Nascar!