Sprint continues to expand their 4G coverage network.
However, I’m still dismayed as to why they don’t put NYC in a 4G cloud!?
Anyway, I digress…
A couple of hours ago, Sprint announced the expansion of their 4G data coverage to 5 more cities – and they are:
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Modesto, California
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Stockton, California
- Wilmington, Delaware
This brings the total number of cities that are covered by Sprint’s 4G network to something like 58.
You can see a list of the current Sprint 4G coverage areas, but that does not include these new listings.
Another thing I’m totally perplexed over is why Sprint doesn’t provide a nice, clean, simple spreadsheet that tracks their 4G coverage expansion.
You know what, I think I’m going to put one together myself.
Stay tuned as I knock out my own Sprint 4G coverage spreadsheet. And then it will be an easy, one stop shop to track the current and expanding cities that Sprint 4G is covering.
3 replies on “Sprint 4G Expands To 5 More Cities (See which ones)”
i to am dissappointed in the 4g coveragr. Why not just drop 4g in every state at one time!! Makes a lot of sence to me…. I would love to meet with ceo of sprint and talk to him or her about this.Why half step about a faster running system when its not all available.I own an evo and the things i wanna do takes 4g. If any ceo or president of the company reads this,i am in Louisiana put 4g in Louisiana.Thanks ur valued sprint customer.
Louisiana really needs 4g. I have the HTC Evo and it will work better if it ran off of 4g.