Sprint Says LTE Live in Los Angeles and Other Markets
Updated: updated with market names
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse today revealed that its LTE 4G network is now live and available to customers in Los Angeles, Charlotte, Memphis, and 20 other markets. Those markets include: Contra Costa County, Calif.; Palm Bay, Port St. Lucie, and West Palm Beach, Fla.; Bloomington, Ind.; Rochelle, Ill.; Mankato/North Mankato, Minn.; Joplin, Mo.; Albemarle, Lincolnton, Salisbury, and Shelby, N.C.; Greenville and Tullahoma, Tenn.; Denison and Kerrville, Texas; and Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Newport News, Va.
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.
YouTube TV Expands to More Markets
YouTube TV will soon be available to millions more people around the U.S. thanks to a significant expansion of the service.
YouTube TV Jumps to Another 14 Markets
Google today said its YouTube TV streaming video service is expanding to 14 new markets this week, with another 17 to follow in the weeks ahead. The new markets going live today include: Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Columbus, Jacksonville-Brunswick, Las Vegas, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Seattle-Tacoma, Tampa-St.
T-Mobile Turns On 700MHz Service in Miami
T-Mobile today said LTE is now available on its Band 12 700MHz spectrum throughout the greater Miami area. T-Mobile is marketing such service as "Extended Range LTE" thanks to the signal propagation characteristics of 700MHz, which travels farther distances and penetrates buildings more easily.
Still no mention of SD
I was gonna say, if bleeping South dakota has it and utah doesnt, i was gonna be pissed
That sounds awesome that you...
Its been up here for about a month now, but maybe its better this way, right now I can pull 24Mbps near work and 12Mbps near home, on Sprint!!! Once they announce it, im sure they'll throttle it down to 6-8Mbps, T