With several new LTE devices coming out for Sprint, a list that includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, it’d be a shame to have them – and other 4G-equipped smartphones running on the carrier – gasping for some 4G air, right? That shouldn’t be the case anymore if you live in the cities listed below.
Sprint has now officially brought its 4G service to Lawrence, Topeka and Wichita in Kansas City, Waukegan-Lake County in Illinois, and Barnstable-Hyannis/Mid-Cape in Massachusetts.
Now, you may remember seeing some of the names above from our last report. But that was from a leaked source. Now that Sprint has made them official, here’s hoping that the coverage area has been further expanded and the service improved.
Thanks to the realization of its Network Vision program, Sprint subscribers should also see better 3G signal and reception in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York area. The same goes for folks in Baltimore, Boston, and Washington, D.C.
The latest announcement now brings the tally to 24 cities, out of the planned 100 cities that Sprint is planning to expand to in the coming months, with the 4G LTE service to be completely rolled out by the end of 2013.
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