[UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of April 18th

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e_town

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LTE in Michigan! I stopped by Howell this morning to confirm what i've seen on Sensorly. This was done pretty close to the tower, i was in the Lowes parking lot.

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e_town

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Now if sprint could only activate more than 1 tower in mi

There is a couple of towers, that's the only one around South East MI though. Flint has one up, Kentwood (South of Grand Rapids) and one in Holland. Hopefully they work from Howell to Detroit instead of the other way around like they tried with WiMax.
 

brennen.exe

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I'm right in between LA and Orange County, so... 2014, huh? Almost 2015. Likely 2015. My contract will be up by then...??? Kind of sad that most people who purchased an LTE phone on Sprint will have their contract expire before LTE is even live in their area. Meanwhile I went from fast 3G speeds to slow 3G speeds, and now from slow 3G speeds to 1X everywhere I go... if I get a connection at all.

I wonder how many of us in LA / Orange County are getting HORRIBLE data rates.
 
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EVOMIKE025

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Re: [UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of Jan 22nd

I picked up 4G on my Evo in Metairie, LA near Veterans and Williams. It's about time.

I'd add proof, but I didn't think about it at the time.

I screenshot 4g in Kenner, no need for proof. Its a couple pages back ;)

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leebo

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Re: [UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of Jan 22nd

31% coverage in la county. New towers in Monrovia & pasadena

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31% of the total square miles in Los Angeles County?
31% of their planned deployment?
31% of their customers?

And by useless, I was referring to their continuing to change their expected deployment month (6 for LA so far). Why bother? Maybe they never heard the story of the boy who cried wolf.

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Re: [UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of Jan 22nd

31% of the total square miles in Los Angeles County?
31% of their planned deployment?
31% of their customers?

And by useless, I was referring to their continuing to change their expected deployment month (6 for LA so far). Why bother? Maybe they never heard the story of the boy who cried wolf.

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I'm guessing total towers in the region. Those eta dates are estimates. As long as more towers keep lighting up, I'm ok with the delays. Sprint has been slow though in the sgv region.

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Genjinaro

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Re: [UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of Jan 22nd

This wait is killing me, my once good 3G has been getting slower every week. I'm at 300Kbps now from 1.3Mbps avg.



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I'm right in between LA and Orange County, so... 2014, huh? Almost 2015. Likely 2015. My contract will be up by then...??? Kind of sad that most people who purchased an LTE phone on Sprint will have their contract expire before LTE is even live in their area. Meanwhile I went from fast 3G speeds to slow 3G speeds, and now from slow 3G speeds to 1X everywhere I go... if I get a connection at all.

I wonder how many of us in LA / Orange County are getting HORRIBLE data rates.


I'm here with you.... except i live in OC... i stuck with my Epic touch as long as i could for WiMax (but then started getting HW issues) so i got an Evo LTE, and my god i hate it =/ its unbearably slow! >_<


This wait is killing me, my once good 3G has been getting slower every week. I'm at 300Kbps now from 1.3Mbps avg.



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I was NEVER that fortnate to see 1.3 *average* on Sprint haha, ive gotten so pretty highs, but for an average? nope =/
 
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I'm here with you.... except i live in OC... i stuck with my Epic touch as long as i could for WiMax (but then started getting HW issues) so i got an Evo LTE, and my god i hate it =/ its unbearably slow! >_<




I was NEVER that fortnate to see 1.3 *average* on Sprint haha, ive gotten so pretty highs, but for an average? nope =/

Just as I finished whining, I get this.

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:p I wondered why my tethered downloads weren't turd slow.



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I screenshot 4g in Kenner, no need for proof. Its a couple pages back ;)

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No proof needed at all there.. Sensorly maps show lots of activity there already.

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    Updated as of April 18th]

    To keep track of when you'll be getting Network Vision / LTE go to:

    http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/212-network-visionlte-deployment-running-list/

    TOTAL ANNOUNCED MARKETS (47)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    FIRST ROUND MARKETS (14):

    First round markets have no preceding markets before them. NV OEM's will mobilize in these markets and begin deployment. These markets will deploy slowly as there is a significant learning curve to Network Vision. Most first round markets started between December 2011 and March 2012.

    Atlanta/Athens
    ...Sites Complete = 71%; LTE Launched = July 15, 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = December 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013
    San Antonio
    ...Sites Complete = 78%; LTE Launched = July 15, 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = October 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = July 2013
    Houston
    ...Sites Complete = 70%; LTE Launched = July 15, 2012;
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013
    DFW (Dallas/Ft. Worth)
    ...Sites Complete = 62%; LTE Launched = July 15, 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = November 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = August 2013
    Kansas (Kansas City/Wichita)
    ...Sites Complete = 82%; LTE Launched = July 15, 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = December 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = June 2013
    Baltimore
    ...Sites Complete = 77%; LTE Launched = August 30, 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = December 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013
    Boston
    ...Sites Complete = 71%; LTE Launched = January 28, 2013 (Prelaunched OCT 2012)
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = October 2013
    Chicago
    ...Sites Complete = 94%; LTE Launched = December 2012
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = December 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = May 2013
    LA Metro (Los Angeles)
    ...Sites Complete = 47%; LTE Launched = April 18, 2013
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = January 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013
    Washington, D.C.
    ...Sites Complete = 49%; Anticipated LTE Launch = Spring 2013
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = January 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013
    New York City (NYC/Westchester)
    ...Sites Complete = 48%; Anticipated LTE Launch = Spring 2013
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2014
    Austin
    ...Sites Complete = 75%; LTE Launched = January 28, 2013
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = November 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = August 2013
    Central Jersey
    ...Sites Complete = 25%; Anticipated LTE Launch = Spring 2013
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013
    San Francisco
    ...Sites Complete = 54%; Anticipated Launch = Spring 2013 (North Bay launched 12/2012, East Bay 2/2013)
    ...Original Scheduled Completion = July 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013



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    SECOND ROUND MARKETS (27):

    There is a lot of variability of when Second Round markets start, between July 2012 and December 2012. Some preliminary work is being done in advance in these Second Markets as well. Stay tuned to S4GRU.com for updates.

    SECOND ROUND MARKETS (28):
    There is a lot of variability of when Second Round markets start, approx. between July 2012 and December 2012.

    PR/VI*(Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands)...Sites Complete*= 99%;*LTE Launched*= March 4, 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = April 2013

    South Bay*(San Jose)...Sites Complete*= 32%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= August 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013

    Philadelphia Metro...Sites Complete*= 33%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= July 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Ft. Wayne/South Bend...Sites Complete*= 64%;*LTE Launched*= January 28, 2013*(South Bend launched November 2012)...Original Scheduled Completion= April 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = June 2013

    Indianapolis...Sites Complete*= 65%;*LTE Launched*= December 18, 2012...Original Scheduled Completion*= May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = July 2013

    Shentel...Sites Complete*= 52%;*LTE Launched*= November 26, 2012...Original Scheduled Completion*= December 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    Miami/West Palm...Sites Complete*= 28%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013*(West Palm Beach launched 4/18)...Original Scheduled Completion*= February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    Riverside/San Bernardino...Sites Complete*= 40%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= October 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Memphis...Sites Complete*= 26%;*LTE Launched*= April 18, 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = August 2013

    Nashville...Sites Complete*= 29%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013*(Greeneville/Tullahoma launched 4/18)...Original Scheduled Completion*= February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    Orange County, California...Sites Complete*=36%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= August 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Charlotte...Sites Complete*= 53%;*LTE Launched*= April 18, 2013*(Asheville launched 3/4/2013)...Original Scheduled Completion*= December 2012; Current Production Rate Completion = August 2013

    Orlando...Sites Complete*= 28%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013*(Palm Bay/Port St. Lucie launched 4/18)...Original Scheduled Completion*= May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = October 2013

    Jacksonville...Sites Complete*= 26%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= March 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013

    Raleigh/Durham...Sites Complete*= 25%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= August 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    San Diego...Sites Complete*= 35%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013

    Minnesota...Sites Complete*= 15%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013*(LaCrosse launched 3/4, Mankato 4/18)...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2014

    Tampa...Sites Complete*= 39%;Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= March 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013

    Northern Jersey...Sites Complete*= 18%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2014

    Long Island...Sites Complete*= 22%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = June 2014

    Norfolk*(Hampton Roads/Tidewater)...Sites Complete*= 31%;*LTE Launched*= April 18, 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= February 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013

    Southern Connecticut...Sites Complete*= 31%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= August 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = October 2013

    New Orleans...Sites Complete*= 43%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Spring 2013*(Northshore launched 3/4/2013)...Original Scheduled Completion*= May 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013

    East Michigan*(Detroit)...Sites Complete*= 9%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Summer 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2015

    West Michigan*(Grand Rapids/Lansing)...Sites Complete*= 14%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Summer 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= August 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    West Washington*(Seattle)...Sites Complete*= 9%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Summer 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Oregon/SW Washington*(Portland)...Sites Complete*= 14%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Summer 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= September 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2014

    South West Florida...Sites Complete*= 25%;*Anticipated LTE Launch= Summer 2013...Original Scheduled Completion*= March 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = September 2013

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    THIRD ROUND MARKETS (15):
    Below are markets that are in the Third Round, with scheduled starts from December 2012 to May 2013. However, some have started a little earlier. This list is not complete of all markets in this round.


    North LA...Sites Complete*= 32%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = October 2013

    VT/NH/ME...Sites Complete*= 54%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    Upstate NY East...Sites Complete*= 30%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = March 2014

    Upstate NY Central...Sites Complete*= 52%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = July 2013

    Providence...Sites Complete*= 32%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q3 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013

    Delaware...Sites Complete*= 42%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q3 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013

    Southern Jersey...Sites Complete*= 17%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Georgia...Sites Complete*= 37%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Alabama...Sites Complete*= 34%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = January 2014

    Myrtle Beach...Sites Complete*= 29%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    Colorado...Sites Complete*= <1%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    North Wisconsin...Sites Complete*= 1%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    Mississippi...Sites Complete*= 53%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    Northern Connecticut...Sites Complete*= 34%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = August 2014

    Central Illinois...Sites Complete*= <1%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    East Iowa...Sites Complete*= 30%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = June 2014

    Arkansas...Sites Complete*= 35%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = December 2013

    East Texas...Sites Complete*= 32%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    South Carolina...Sites Complete*= 24%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = November 2013

    Las Vegas...Sites Complete*= 23%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q4 2013; Current Production Rate Completion = March 2014

    Central Pennsylvania...Sites Complete*= 11%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q1 2014; Current Production Rate Completion = October 2013

    Gulf Coast...Sites Complete*= 10%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q1 2014; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2015

    Missouri...Sites Complete*= 3%;*Anticipated LTE Launch*= TBD*(Joplin launched 4/18/13)...Original Scheduled Completion = Q1 2014; Current Production Rate Completion = TBD

    GA/SC Coast...Sites Complete*= 19%;*Anticipated LTE Launch = TBD...Original Scheduled Completion = Q1 2014; Current Production Rate Completion = February 2015

    The Panhandle...Sites Complete = 16%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= June 2014Louisiana...Sites Complete = 30%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= June 2014

    Phoenix...Sites Complete = 9%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= January 2014Oklahoma...Sites Complete*= 9%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= January 2014

    South Texas...Sites Complete = 6%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= June 2014Tucson/Yuma...Sites Complete = 9%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= February 2014

    Western Pennsylvania...Sites Complete = 11%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= December 2013West Texas...Sites Complete = 5%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= June 2014

    Inland Northwest...Sites Complete = 13%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBDPittsburgh...Sites Complete = 1%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBD

    Albuquerque...Sites Complete = 0%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBDEast Kentucky...Sites Complete = 0%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBD

    West Kentucky...Sites Complete = <1%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBDMilwaukee...Sites Complete = 0%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBD

    Cleveland...Sites Complete = 0%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBDColumbus...Sites Complete = <1%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBD

    Cincinnati...Sites Complete = 0%; Anticipated Launch = TBD; Anticipated Completion*= TBD

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    Announced September 10th
    http://newsroom.sprint.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=2382

    Aguadilla-Isabela-San Sebastian, Puerto Rico
    Albermarle, N.C.
    Anderson, Ind.
    Asheville, N.C.
    Athens, Tenn.
    Athens, Texas
    Austin, Texas
    Barnstable Town (Hyannis/Midcape), Mass.
    Baton Rouge, La.
    Bethesda-Rockville-Frederick, Md.
    Boston
    Cambridge-Newton-Framingham, Mass.
    Charlotte, N.C.
    Chattanooga, Tenn.
    Chicago
    Clarksville, Tenn.
    Cleveland, Tenn.
    Coamo, Puerto Rico
    College Station, Texas
    Columbia, Tenn.
    Columbus, Ind.
    Cookeville, Tenn.
    Crossville, Tenn.
    Daytona Beach-Deltona-Ormond Beach, Fla.
    Elkhart-Goshen, Ind.
    Fayetteville, N.C.
    Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach, Fla.
    Gainesville, Fla.
    Gary, Ind.
    Goldsboro, N.C.
    Greenville, N.C.
    Greeneville, Tenn.
    Guayama, Puerto Rico
    Hammond, La.
    Harriman, Tenn.
    Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, N.C.
    Houma-Bayou Cane-Thibodaux, La.
    Hutchinson, Kan.
    Indianapolis-Carmel, Ind.
    Jacksonville, Fla.
    Johnson City, Tenn.
    Jonesboro, Ark.
    Kankakee-Bradley-Bourbonnais, Ill.
    Kerrville, Texas
    Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, Texas
    Kingsport-Bristol, Tenn.
    Kinston, N.C.
    Knoxville, Tenn.
    Lakeland-Winter Haven, Fla.
    Lancaster, S.C.
    Lawrence, Kan.
    Lincolnton, N.C.
    Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, Calif.
    Lumberton, N.C.
    McPherson, Kan.
    Memphis, Tenn.
    Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall, Fla.
    Morgan City, La.
    Morristown, Tenn.
    Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
    Muncie, Ind.
    Nashville, Tenn.
    New Orleans
    New York-White Plains-Wayne, N.Y.
    Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, Va.
    Ocala, Fla.
    Ocean Pines, Md.
    Palatka, Fla.
    Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Fla.
    Peabody/Lawrence-Methuen/Gloucester, Mass.
    Philadelphia
    Ponce, Puerto Rico
    Port St. Lucie, Fla.
    Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
    Rochelle, Ill.
    Rockford, Ill.
    Rocky Mount, N.C.
    Salina, Kan.
    Salisbury, Md.
    Salisbury, N.C.
    San German-Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Sebastian-Vero Beach, Fla.
    Sevierville, Tenn.
    Shelby, N.C.
    Southern Pines-Pinehurst, N.C.
    Springfield, Mass.
    Statesville-Mooresville, N.C.
    St. Thomas, USVI
    Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla.
    Topeka, Kan.
    Tullahoma, Tenn.
    Tupelo, Miss.
    Warrensburg, Mo.
    Washington, D.C.-Arlington-Alexandria, Va.
    Waukegan-Lake County, Ill.
    West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Boynton Beach, Fla.
    Wichita, Kan.
    Wichita Falls, Texas
    Wilson, N.C.
    Worcester-Fitchburg-Leominster, Mass.
    Yauco, Puerto Rico

    Announced October 12th:
    Sprint Community Announcement
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    Cape Coral-Ft Myers, FL
    Dyersburg-Union City-Martin, TN
    Emporia, KS
    Fort Wayne, IN
    Greenwood, MS
    Joplin, MO
    Kokomo, IN
    Lafayette/West Lafayette, IN
    Lexington Park, MD
    Marion, IN
    Napa, CA
    Naples-Marco Island, FL
    Ottawa-Streator, IL
    Punta Gorda, FL
    Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA
    Sarasota-Bradenton, FL
    Sebring, FL
    South Bend-Mishawaka, IN
    Terre Haute, IN
    Vallejo-Fairfield, CA
    Warsaw, IN

    Announced October 22nd:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    We want to share an update about the progress we are making with bringing Sprint customers an all-new 4G LTE network.
    A number of communities in the greater Chicago area, in addition to other cities in Kansas, Massachusetts and Texas, now are able to experience the power and speed of Sprint’s all-new 4G LTE.

    Cities include:
    Chicago Area Suburbs: Addison, Bolingbrook, Des Plaines, Downers Grove, Kankakee, Rockford, Joliet, Naperville, Palatine and Plainfield
    Gary, IN
    Hutchinson and McPherson, KS
    New Bedford and Fall River, MA
    Wichita Falls, TX

    Announced November 13th:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.
    Fort Smith, Ark.
    Ardmore, Okla.
    Oakland/Fremont/
    Michigan City/
    McAllen/Edinburg/
    Hayward, Calif.
    La Porte, Ind.
    Mission, Texas
    Key West, Fla.
    Bloomington, Ind.
    Eau Claire, Wis.

    Announced January 16:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    Albany, GA
    Anderson, SC
    Bay City, MI
    Branson, MO
    Bremerton/Silverdale, WA
    Columbus, GA
    Columbus, MS
    Decatur, AL
    Florence/Muscle Shoals, AL
    Gadsden, AL
    Gaffney, SC
    Gettysburg, PA
    Glasgow, KY
    Homosassa Springs, FL
    Hot Springs, AR
    Lake City, FL
    Lake Havasu City/Kingman, AZ
    Midland, MI
    Nacogdoches, TX
    Opelousas/Eunice, LA
    Oxford, MS
    Paris, TX
    Pittsfield, MA
    Saginaw, MI
    Spartanburg, SC
    The Villages, FL
    Waycross, GA
    Winona, MN

    Announced March 4th:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    Altoona, Pa.
    Asheville, N.C.
    Columbus, Ind.
    Elkhart/Goshen, Ind.
    Hammond, La.
    La Crosse, Wis.
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Statesville, N.C.
    Temple, Texas
    San Germán, Yauco, Salinas and Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico

    Announced April 18th:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    Albemarle, N.C.
    Bloomington, Ind.
    Charlotte, N.C.
    Contra Costa County, Calif.
    Denison, Texas
    Greeneville, Tenn.
    Joplin, Mo.
    Kerrville, Texas
    Lafayette, Ind.
    Lincolnton, N.C.
    Los Angeles
    Mankato/North Mankato, Minn.
    Memphis, Tenn.
    Norfolk/Virginia Beach/Newport News, Va.
    Palm Bay, Fla.
    Port St. Lucie, Fla.
    Rochelle, Ill.
    Salisbury, N.C.
    Shelby, N.C.
    Tullahoma, Tenn.
    West Palm Beach, Fla.
    Fargo, N.D.
    Orlando, Fla.
    Portland, Ore.
    Spokane, Wash.
    Tallahassee, Fla.
    Albertville, Ala.
    Centralia, Wash.
    Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
    Durant, Okla.
    El Paso, Texas
    Enid, Okla.
    Enterprise/Ozark, Ala.
    Eugene/Springfield, Ore.
    Faribault/Northfield, Minn.
    Greenville, :).
    Hattiesburg, Miss.
    Jacksonville, Texas
    Kennewick/Pasco/Richland, Wash.
    LaGrange, Ga.
    Longview, Texas
    Longview, Wash.
    Milledgeville, Ga.
    Moses Lake, Wash.
    Paducah, Ky.
    Picayune, Miss.
    Poplar Bluff, Mo.
    Russellville, Ark.
    Seaford, Del.
    Sterling, Ill.
    Talladega/Sylacauga, Ala.
    Tulsa, Okla.
    Valdosta, Ga.
    Wenatchee/East Wenatchee, Wash.
    Yakima, Wash.

    4G LTE Launched Markets as of April 18, 2013:
    Sprint 4G LTE Network Update

    Albemarle, NC
    Altoona, Pa.
    Anderson, Ind.
    Asheville, N.C.
    Athens, Ga.
    Atlanta
    Austin, Texas
    Baltimore
    Barnstable/Hyannis/Mid-Cape, Mass.
    Bloomington, IN
    Boston
    Bryan/College Station, Texas
    Calhoun, Ga.
    Carrollton, Ga.
    Charlotte, NC
    Chicago/Naperville/Joliet, Ill.
    Clark County, Va./Jefferson County, W.Va.
    Columbia, Tenn.
    Columbus, Ind.
    Contra Costa County, CA
    Dallas
    Denison, TX
    Elkhart/Goshen, Ind.
    Emporia, Kan.
    Fort Wayne, Ind.
    Fort Worth, Texas
    Framingham, Mass.
    Franklin County, Pa.
    Gainesville, Ga.
    Gary, Ind.
    Gettysburg, Pa.
    Granbury/Hood County, Texas
    Greeneville, TN
    Hagerstown, Md./Martinsburg, W.Va.
    Hammond, La.
    Harrisburg/Carlisle/Hershey, Pa.
    Harrisonburg, Va.
    Houston
    Huntsville, Texas
    Hutchinson, Kan.
    Indianapolis/Carmel, Ind.
    Joplin, MO
    Kankakee/Bradley/Bourbonnais, Ill.
    Kansas City, Kan./Mo.
    Kerrville, TX
    La Crosse, Wis.
    Lafayette, IN
    Lawrence, Kan.
    Lincolnton, NC
    Los Angeles, CA
    Manhattan/Junction City, Kan.
    Mankato-North Mankato, MN
    McPherson, Kan.
    Memphis, TN (city of Memphis)
    Muncie, Ind.
    New Bedford/Fall River, Mass.
    Newnan, Ga.
    Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, VA
    Palm Bay, FL
    Peabody, Mass.
    Port St. Lucie, FL
    Rochelle, IL
    Rockford, Ill.
    Rome, Ga.
    Salina, Kan.
    Salisbury, NC
    San Antonio
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Santa Rosa/Petaluma, Calif.
    Sedalia, Mo.
    Shelby, NC
    Shenandoah/Page Counties, Va.
    South Bend/Mishawaka, Ind.
    Southern Puerto Rico: Yauco/Ponce/Coamo/Salinas/Santa Isabel/Guayama
    St. Joseph, Mo.
    Statesville, N.C.
    Temple, Texas
    Topeka, Kan.
    Tullahoma, TN
    Vallejo/Fairfield, Calif.
    Waco, Texas
    Waukegan/Lake County, Ill.
    West Palm Beach, FL
    Western Puerto Rico: Aguadilla/Isabela/San Germán/Cabo Rojo/Mayagüez
    Wichita Falls, Texas
    Wichita, Kan.
    Winchester, Va.
    York/Hanover, Pa.
    5
    Sprint announced some new LTE cities today, some in Indiana and Illinois, inching closer to Michigan....

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    They need less announcing and more finishing.

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    5
    Re: [UPDATED] NV / 4G LTE Deployment Running List as of Feb 20th

    If this site is being built brand new, it can take a very long time.. most these sites already have very old technology so since its still up and running you can't take anything offline.. once they get the approval, they send out deliveries that have a very specific list for each site. Materials not only in the building but also for the tower crew.. once the deliveries arrive they are thoroughly inventoried. If you are working at a site 100miles in the middle of nowhere missing something is a very big deal.. every nut and bolt has a specific role.. First time I ever heard of 'aircraft washers" you can't really find these at your local hardware store. So very crucial to have all your supplies.. Different trades work together to complete the upgrade.. so for instance..

    electricians, cable structure engineers, it techs, carrier techs, tower crew, wireless contractors whose sole purpose is to nit pick every single detail..

    Anytime you go onto a site you have to call the carrier and give them access info, and what your going to be doing for that day.. so for instance tower crew would say "installing reh antennas" .. fill out safety form, ect.. and you can't even work yet till those are complete.. .

    AT&T is very ocd about everything and any task for instance running ground wires to 700mhz (lte) radios has to be tied down with wax string only.. your bend radius can be 90 degrees or you fail your inspection.. so say your done with a site.. usually takes 1-2 weeks.. carrier tech performs an inspection and will gig you on any flaw on the site.. after 5 gigs the company who was responsible for the gigs, is 800 dollars.. but before that inspector comes out, you have 2 before him that try to help out the trades, see if there are any flaws and give them time to fix there issue.. sometimes fixing everything can take up to a week.. almost in month and the site still isn't complete.. After the rigorous inspections another trade comes into test the connections.. if there are fails they get the appropriate trade to fix the failed connectors.. that can take 2-3 days to fix and retest.. now you got the IT techs to install there stuff and configure the radios and make sure everything is working correctly.. once all that is complete than, they set it off to the outside world. So from start to finish one site roughly 2months.

    Now they usually have 5 to 6 crews working on diff sites.. so yes very time consuming process.

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    4
    I have full bars of 4G in Los Angeles!

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    4
    Memphis needs to hurry then, I can't play ps3 online without fast Internet.

    The LTEVO says hello!

    You are part of the reason that sprints network is so slow, and why sprint is considering stopping unlimited data. There is a huge difference between mobile data and landline data. Online gaming, and torrent downloading are the absolute worst things you can do to the mobile network, as it clogs the network horribly. Spend the extra 30 bones and get landline service to your residence. Not to mention that sprint isn't as dumb as you think, and if they see you transmitting "data packets" they will immediately terminate your contract. I'm not starting a fight, just informing you that people that abuse tethering will screw up unlimited data for the rest of us... :beer:

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