“Sprint has expanded its LTE network as it attempts to catch up to AT&T and Verizon,” Don Reisinger reports for CNET.
“The company said Monday that it has expanded its LTE service by 20 markets to 402,” Reisinger reports. “Sprint has been investing heavily in building out its LTE network and expects to be able to cover 250 million Americans by the middle of 2014. Verizon covers more than 300 million people with its LTE network; AT&T covers nearly 280 million people.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Sprint’s 20 new markets:
El Centro, Calif.
Hot Springs, Ark.
Mason City, Iowa
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Ocean City, N.J.