03-31-2011 07:17 PM
- 03-26-2011 11:17 PM
Sprint 4G is making its official Hollywood debut today.
Thats right. Today Sprint brought the power of 4G to Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. The service now is available in 68 markets across the country, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and New York City.
Next stop: Silicon Valley.
Sprint expects to launch the San Francisco market home to Silicon Valley and thousands of tech enthusiasts on Dec. 28.
-- Matt Carter, president-Sprint 4G
We have witnessed a great demand from our customers for 4G speeds, power and capabilities in these cities already and today they officially have it. We are proud to deliver on our commitment to serve our customers and deliver 4G to more major metropolitan areas in 2010.
Sprint 4G is now available in 68 markets:
California Los Angeles, Merced, Modesto, Sacramento, Stockton, Visalia;
Connecticut Hartford, New Haven;
District of Columbia Washington D.C.;
Florida Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa;
Georgia Atlanta, Milledgeville;
Hawaii Honolulu, Maui;
Michigan Grand Rapids;
Minnesota Minneapolis-St. Paul:
Missouri Kansas City, St. Louis;
New Jersey New Brunswick, Trenton;
New York New York, Rochester, Syracuse;
Nevada Las Vegas;
North Carolina Charlotte, Greensboro (includes High Point and Winston-Salem), Raleigh (includes Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham);
Ohio Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus;
Oregon Eugene, Portland, Salem;
Pennsylvania Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Reading, York;
Rhode Island Providence;
Texas Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Killeen/Temple, Lubbock, Midland/Odessa, San Antonio, Waco, Wichita Falls;
Utah Salt Lake City;
Washington Bellingham, Seattle, Tri-Cities, Yakima.03-28-2011 11:15 PM
- I bought my EVO in December and before I bought it I went in to the local Sprint store and asked an employee when 4G would be in Spokane. He said March. I asked him if he was positive and he said absolutely. I was going to wait to buy a 4G to make sure I got the latest model and didn't pay $10/month for nothing, but I figured 2-3 months wasn't a long wait. Well that SOB straight out lied to me, but I am not really surprised. I wish there was a map or website that provided this information because you can't trust anyone from Sprint to tell you the truth.03-29-2011 08:53 PM
- From what I have read, Clear has been putting up towers in "rural" areas to make sure they comply with goverment regulations. They are popping up in smaller cities, even though they are not listed on Sprint's list of 4G service areas. If you use Sensorly and Clear.com, you will get a good idea of where 4G coverage is located, even if it is not listed on Sprint.
They just added 4G to a tower near my house, but it is not on any of Sprints 4G lists.03-30-2011 09:29 AM
- 03-30-2011 09:39 AM
- 03-30-2011 11:51 AM
- Sensorly is updated from user data. If you are sending info through the sensorly app, and are on 4G, it will report that there is 4G coverage. I like it because it is accurate, based on people actually using 4G service. I am in Iowa, and there is no where that says that Iowa has any 4G coverage. However, according to sensorly, there is a 4G signal in some areas.
I know because i can get 4G at my home, but not at my workplace. The only place this shows up is on the sensorly map.03-30-2011 04:59 PM
- 03-31-2011 12:47 AM
- 03-31-2011 01:04 PM
- 03-31-2011 02:02 PM
- 03-31-2011 04:38 PM
- Sensorly uses the on phone app to track 4G coverage, meaning when you connect to 4G, the app locates your position and updates the map. This can lead to false info when sprint is intermittently turning on and off towers while testing and someone connects while its on for a short amount of time.
That being said, lets move this to the sprint forum because it isnt really anything to do with the evo03-31-2011 04:54 PM
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