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Sprint Launches LTE in 11 New Markets

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Nov 26, 2012, 10:15 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint today announced that it has made its LTE 4G network available in a handful of new cities and counties. The new markets include Anderson, Muncie, and South Bend/Mishawaka, Ind.; Salina, Kan.; Hagerstown, Md.; Peabody, Mass.; Harrisburg, Carlisle, and Hershey, Pa.; Harrisonburg, Winchester, and Clarke and Shenandoah Counties, Va.; and Jefferson and Martinsburg Counties, W.Va. According to Sprint, its LTE 4G network is now live in 43 markets around the U.S. Sprint has not provided information about the number of POPs covered by its LTE 4G network. Sprint has also improved its CDMA-based 3G network in these same markets.

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Nov 26, 2012, 12:23 PM

What's the hold up in NYC?

😳 One of the biggest markets in the country and still no sign of LTE? Sprint is just making my decision to go to Verizon that much easier.
Yea but being that huge of a market means a ton of traffic. Yes agree its something sprint should be getting first. But, with that much traffic the towers are going to have to stressed more then say a tower in the middle of nowhere. Not saying this i...
Sprint is currently in the process of updating the NYC towers to network vision. NYC has A LOT of towers and it takes longer to update them (base station hardware and panels). The smaller towns in this announcement are quicker to deploy so therefore...
Actually Sprint has already begun turning on LTE in parts of NYC enycertifiedg .I'm using it to respond to you right now on my iPhone 5. LTE is up in running in the North Central and central areas of the bronx, and along i-95 from the harlem river to ...
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