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Sprint Boosts 3G Network in Atlanta Ahead of LTE Launch

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Mar 1, 2012, 8:17 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint announced that it has made improvements to its CDMA network in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Specifically, Sprint has increased the capacity of its network in Atlanta such that customers should expect to have fewer dropped calls and faster 3G data speeds. Sprint said that it has made 100 different improvements over the past three months and has another 122 improvements scheduled to take place in the next three months, helping to prepare the area for Sprint's LTE 4G network, which is launching in Atlanta by mid-year. Sprint said that its network improvements also apply to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile.


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Mar 1, 2012, 5:55 PM

Why in the south, and why so slow?

Really? It's like "oh, we've improved, ....like 1yrd out of 1,000yrs". AT&T and Verizon have announced LTE expansions by the handfull of cities each time, HUGE areas. Sprint is the snailes pace.

By the time they get their LTE to 50% of their 3G footprint, it'll be 2018 and everyone else will be on Super Satalite Tower Future Coverage (SSTFC)?
and according to the Network vision site, by mid-2012 LTE will be rolled out in a handful of places. 2 phones and one connection card under LTE were also announced. yes, it's a slow rollout but better than the 2018 projection your saying
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