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Sprint's LTE Network Reaches Chicago and Other New Markets

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Dec 18, 2012, 10:29 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

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.


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Dec 19, 2012, 1:55 AM

I'd REALLY like to know...

Why Sprint is hitting some important areas, and then at the same time, places that are by all means considered the middle of no where. "Southern Puerto Rico" = is this a joke?

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!
in sunny beautiful south florida sprint only ever launches 4g whether its wimax or lte in the ghettos.. so if you want to keep it real with the hoodrats you can have 4g.. but if you don't live in section 8 you are SOL...
The work is being done by local contractors. They are turning it on when a market hits a certain percentage of completion. Logically, you can get a smaller market up and running faster. That also looks good from a PR perspective since they can then...
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