News

Verizon confirms adding support for LTE phones to ALLSET prepaid plans July 17

News

Sprint announces 30-day trial for new customers

News

EE to begin trialing calls over Wi-Fi in the UK, 4G support coming in 2015

News

Sprint expanding LTE roaming to more rural and regional carriers

News

Sprint nearing deal to purchase T-Mobile for $40 per share, according to reports

News

Any Sprint customer, even those with old phones, can enroll in insurance this month

News

T-Mobile merger with Sprint looks more likely as Softbank and Deutsche Telekom agree on sale

News

Sprint takes device security to a whole new level with latest comprehensive package

News

Sprint begins throttling users in congested areas

Vector

Vector 39: Net neutrality and carrier complexity

News

Sprint announces new international add-on for Framily Plan subscribers

News

Here's how Sprint can save you money on Spotify

News

Sprint shares Q1 report, still making a loss with network upgrades

News

Sprint continues with LTE rollout, launches enhanced 4G speeds in 6 new cities

News

FreedomPop expanding interesting service plans to iPhone 5, 4S and 4

Editorial

Why all the fuss about the potential end of iPhone subsidies?

News

Sprint plans for their iPhones sold next year to be SIM unlockable

iPhone

On the eve of iPhone 6 carriers once again using the media to push back on 'subsidies'

News

Spotify teaming up with Sprint to offer exclusive deals, reports say

News

Sprint will pay rivals' termination fees when you sign up for a Framily plan

Sprint expands LTE service to 28 more cities

Sprint has announced an expansion of their 4G LTE service, adding 28 new markets. Cities added today include San Jose, Cleveland, and Seattle. With this expansion, Sprint now has LTE coverage in 471 cities. You can view the full list of covered cities here.

Sprint Spark coverage has also been expanded, and is now available in three more cities. St. Louise, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro, North Carolina will now have access to Spark, bringing the total number of Spark markets up to 27. Sprint says that Spark has average speeds of 6-15 Mbps, with peak speeds of 50-60 Mbps on compatible devices.

Are you covered by Sprint's LTE, and do you have access to Spark? Tell us below in the comments.

Source: Sprint

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

More Posts

 

6
loading...
12
loading...
25
loading...
0
loading...

← Previously

How to set up a complete backup strategy for your Mac: Time Machine, cloning, and the cloud!

Next up →

Sprint announces 30-day trial for new customers

There are 8 comments. Add yours.

Solamar says:

wow.. I get better average speeds than Spark .. I'm at average of 28Mbps and with just normal LTE from T-Mobile.. and I'm not even in a 15x15 or 20x20 area.. hmmmmm..

Bmichael78 says:

LTE in Toledo,OH is a joke.

Sent from the iMore App

jbarron4 says:

Riverside/San Bernardino/Ontario, Calif. is an awefully big area, I can say for a fact it is not seamless with many holes. Just checked my phone, no different than it was a few months ago, got one LTE site that gets in but it is not the same site that provides the best 3G coverage. Think they jumped the gun to meet some deadline cause it is not really ready.

Derrick4Real says:

cell service stinks pretty much all over LA county. It's so big it's spotty everywhere. I lose signal three blocks from TWO towers.

CharlesCopley says:

Sometimes "expansion" means a single tower in an area. BULL.

Sent from the iMore App

Sanchez Whitlock says:

Well I have LTE and haven't had one issue with sprint at all

Sent from the iMore App

LazarevicMass says:

Sprint in Worcester county, MA, is the worse, i'm half a mile from two towers, and i have no reception, i'll never recommend it to anybody, not for iPhone users anyway! ]:

Sent from the iMore App

MaHoNeY says:

Good hell. People don't understand that just because you are "two or three blocks" from a tower mean that you are going to pull from that tower. It all depends on the cellular traffic. Most antennas in your devices can reach beyond 20 miles. Cell towers are like freeways and your device is going to find the lane with less traffic. Get over this "I'm right next to a tower" shit. That's not how it works at all. And everyone bitching about sprint, does the service suck right now? Yes ( I'm a customer just like you), ask tmobile, verizon and, att customers and ask them how bad their service was during their 4 year LTE build out. Just as bad if not worse than sprints. One thing y'all want to know is sprint has more spectrum (property) than any other carrier. So sit tight and it will get better.

Sent from the iMore App