Sprint announced that its Sprint Spark service is available in and around Kansas City beginning today. Spark uses tri-band LTE to improve connectivity and mobile broadband speeds. Sprint Spark is already available in a handful of cities, including Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Antonio, Tampa, and others. Sprint expects to offer Spark to about 100 markets by the end of 2014.
Sprint continues to deploy this "Spark" crap in all these other cities, however, still lacks LTE in major cities like Reno, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, Spokane, Olympia, Phoenix, Salt Lake City ... I mean if Sprint wants to keep this fiasco up of half-ass deploying new crap to every other city in America, and not focusing on getting 3G working, then deploying 4G LTE properly in its available spectrum bands, THEN overlaying Spark, it only serves to customers that they are unwanted, unappreciated and unwelcome on the supposed "now network" which is more like "slow yesterdays network" - where people like me, are stuck in a long term contract, but already moved to T-Mobile as a primary line.
I'm not exactly sure where you are getting your information from and whether it is from a biased representation for other networks. I refer to the numerous posts you have made reflecting on Sprint news regarding its rollout(refering to knowing people ... (continues)