Sprint Is Launching 4G LTE In 22 Additional Cities

Posted Jun 18, 2013

Sprint is going to be expanding their 4G LTE network to 22 more cities.  The faster connection will be able to download videos and send photos much faster than before.  Sprint already offers 4G LTE in Atlanta, Boston, Houston, Dallas, L.A., Puerto Rico, and San Juan.  Sprint’s LTE service is now going to be in a total of 110 markets.  They are expected to reach around 200 million people by the end of 2013.

“Today’s announcement means that more Americans will experience the speed and power of Sprint 4G LTE,” stated Sprint’s network senior vice president Bob Azzi. “Sprint is committed to delivering the latest technology through a nationwide LTE buildout, and providing new cell sites that are more compact and energy efficient.”

The quality of 3G networks are expected to be increased as a result of the arrival of Sprint’s additional networks.  LTE signals have also been added in cities that has not been officially announced by Sprint including San Francisco, New York City, and Washington D.C.  In the next few months, Sprint is going to add 4G coverage in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Allegan, Michigan; Battle Creek, Michigan; Flint, Michigan; Mount Pleasant, Michigan; Aberdeen, Washington; Oak Harbor, Washington; Corpus Christi, Texas; Eagle Pass, Texas; Laredo, Texas; Marshfield/Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; and Watertown/Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.

Below is a list of cities that will be getting Sprint’s 4G LTE this week:
– Baton Rouge, La.
– Centralia, Wash.
– Clarksville, Tenn.
– Corsicana, Texas
– Dalton, Ga.
– Dunn, N.C.
– Fond du Lac, Wis.
– Gainesville, Fla.
– Henderson, N.C.
– Kingsport, Tenn.
– Lansing/East Lansing, Mich.
– Longview, Wash.
– Miami, Fla.
– Napa, Calif.
– New Orleans, La.
– Palatka, Fla.
– Raleigh, N.C.
– Sebring, Fla.
– St. Cloud, Minn.
– St. Joseph/Benton Harbor, Mich.
– Tampa, Fla.
– Warsaw, Ind.