Jul 30th, 2013


It’s no secret Sprint has been a bit slower than the big boys when it comes to bringing LTE to its customers. The network got off to a decent start, but hasn’t quite hit the rollout pace that competitors AT&T and Verizon have. That might be changing, though, as Sprint’s latest round of launches have gone live… and the list is huge. There are 41 cities being drenched in coverage.

Big names like Brooklyn / the Bronx, Oakland, Nashville, Philadelphia, Grand Rapids, Fort Lauderdale, Greenville, Daytona Beach, Tulsa, and more are all included. You can find the entire list at the source link. Some of these markets have had coverage for a while, but the official announcement means Sprint is done with the testing phases and is comfortable enough with coverage to add them to the map.

This brings Sprint to about 150 markets, and the company is expected to be able to reach 200 million by the end of this year. There are several phones on Sprint now available with LTE, so if you live in one of these cities and have a phone that can hop onto blazing fast wireless data, be sure to boot it up and give it a try.

[via Sprint]