Sprint Extends 4G Coverage to Pittsburgh and Minneapolis-St. Paul
Sprint is pushing out their WiMAX 4G network as fast as possible and has now extended their 4G service to customers in Minneapolis-St. Paul and Pittsburgh whereby Sprint customers can jump onboard the faster network.
According to an article over on Smart Brief, the president of Sprint 4G Matt Carter has said… “Since 2008, Sprint has provided customers 4G service and we’re proud to extend our leadership to two more cities today.”
The Sprint 4G WiMAX network is now available in 55 cities across the USA and has two 4G enabled smartphone available to surf the 4G waves, the first being the HTC EVO 4G and the second the Samsung Epic 4G.
Carter went on to add… “Sprint is the first national wireless carrier to make 4G a reality for our customers, with Sprint 4G now available in 55 cities across the country. Customers in the Twin Cities and Pittsburgh can now take advantage of 4G speeds and devices from Sprint that allow them to turn an iPad into a 4G device, download a presentation or a music file faster, record and watch HD-quality videos and more.”