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Sprint launches 4G LTE in 34 new markets

News by Andrew Kameka on Monday September 16, 2013.

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Sprint has been fairly quiet when it comes to its 4G LTE rollout. While Verizon has all but wrapped up its expansion for months, AT&T constantly pops-up in new places, and T-Mobile skyrocketed into nearly 200 markets overnight, Sprint has been slowly popping up in small and midrange markets as it works to complete its Network Vision overhaul.

It's good to see that Sprint is starting to improve its rollout, starting with today's launch of 4G LTE service in 34 markets. Keeping true to previous trends, there aren't any major metropolitan areas included in the list. Other carriers have launched in densely-populated areas to quickly lay claim to millions of customers but Sprint has been more region-focused. Several of the markets launched today are in the south, particularly Texas, or in Michigan and Wisconsin. Sprint today announced that it has launched 4G LTE in the following places:

- Alexandria, La.
- Allegan, Mich.
- Amarillo, Texas
- Anniston/Oxford, Ala.
- Bay City, Mich.
- Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas
- Bedford, Pa.
- Corpus Christi, Texas
- Del Rio, Texas
- Enid, Okla.
- Fort Atkinson, Wis.
- Greenville, Miss.
- Houma/Bayou Cane/Thibodaux, La.
- Juniata and Mifflin counties, Pa.
- Kinston, N.C.
- Lake Charles, La.
- Lawton, Okla.
- Longview, Texas
- Lufkin, Texas
- Lumberton, N.C.
- Macon, Ga.
- Marshfield/Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
- Midland, Texas
- Monroe, Mich.
- Montgomery, Ala.
- Muskogee, Okla.
- Oklahoma City
- Ruston, La.
- Salem, Ore.
- San Angelo, Texas
- Sheboygan, Wis.
- Stillwater, Okla.
- Victoria, Texas
- Whitewater, Wis.

source: Sprint

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