Sprint has announced that it’s now offering 4G LTE services in 15 cities, in and near the following US markets: Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio. The 15 cities are: Atlanta, Athens (Georgia), Calhoun (Georgia), Carrollton (Georgia), Newnan (Georgia), Rome (Georgia), Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Fort Worth (Texas), Granbury-Hood County (Texas), Huntsville (Texas), Waco (Texas), Kansas City, and St. Joseph (Missouri).
More LTE markets will be announced later this year. Meanwhile, customers can check out Sprint’s LTE coverage here.
At the moment, Sprint is selling 4 LTE-capable smartphones, all running Android: Samsung Galaxy Nexus ($99.99 on contract), LG Viper ($0 on contract), HTC Evo 4G LTE ($199.99 on contract), and Samsung Galaxy S III ($199.99 or $249.99 on contract).
Via Press release
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