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    Question LTE Gainsville Fl

    I just read a article on Cnet that Sprints LTE is working in Gainsville Fl.

    Was wondering if anyone here thats in Gainsville can confirm this.
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    Default Re: LTE Gainsville Fl

    Is that from today's announcement? If so, that is Gainesville, GA (not FL)
    Sprint Newsroom | Sprint continues nationwide 4G LTE expansion, adding four more cities to broaden its coverage

    If this is an earlier release, hopefully somebody from FL can confirm
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    Default Re: LTE Gainsville Fl

    Quote Originally Posted by jj14x View Post
    Is that from today's announcement? If so, that is Gainesville, GA (not FL)
    Sprint Newsroom | Sprint continues nationwide 4G LTE expansion, adding four more cities to broaden its coverage

    If this is an earlier release, hopefully somebody from FL can confirm
    ya. i just saw that. i just double checked the Cnet article and it says Gainsville Fl.

    Maybe Cnet made a mistake.
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    Default Re: LTE Gainsville Fl

    Sprint adds four markets to its slow-growing LTE network | Android Atlas - CNET Reviews

    Sprint today announced that it has launched LTE service in four new markets across four states. Bringing the total number of major markets to six, Sprint's new 4G technology arrives in Baltimore, the site where the carrier first deployed its WiMax (Xohm) service nearly four years ago.

    Acknowledging that it put its eggs in the wrong basket, Sprint has had to start anew with an LTE build-out.

    In addition to Baltimore, the carrier now offers LTE in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Mo., and San Antonio.

    Unofficially, customers in the San Francisco Bay Area are seeing 4G speeds as well. In addition, there are a number of smaller cities and areas also seeing 4G LTE, [HL]including Gainesville, Fla., [/HL]and Sedalia, Mo.

    While Sprint will no longer continue to use its WiMax service as it once did, its prepaid brands -- Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile -- will piggyback on WiMax through Sprint's pre-existing partnership with Clearwire. In the meantime, Sprint will continue chugging along to build up its LTE network, hoping to finish most of its rollout by the end of 2013.
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    Default Re: LTE Gainsville Fl

    No, Sprint 4G LTE is not working in G-Ville, FL yet. I live here and have been debating whether to switch to Verizon for quite a while now.

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