Sprint LTE Network Rolled Out in 14 US Markets

The mobile world is all about 4G LTE and in theUnited States, Sprint has been a bit behind in bringing on their LTE network.

Sprint has now rolled out its LTE network in Kansas City, St. Joseph and thirteen other markets in Georgia and Texas.

Kansas and thirteen other places are the first markets to receive the Sprint Long Term Evolution service. It is a move that is started off as an effort by Sprint to catch up with rival carriers Verizon and AT&T.

It was just last November when both Verizon and AT&T included the Kansas area to their 4G LTE markets.

They have gotten ahead of theUSA’s number three carrier in rolling out 4G LTE. Sprint has been selling LTE enabled smartphones along with promoting LTE hot spots ahead of Sunday’s launch.

The Sprint crew will continue to fill in spots on the edges of markets, and support the areas as more people adopt LTE enabled handsets. Sprint is currently working on launching LTE in other markets later this year.

As of, 16th of July, Sprint customers can check their location’ LTE coverage with an interactive map available on the Sprint website.

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