Sprint brings 4G LTE to 41 more markets in 16 states

Sprint LTE July 31

Earlier this week Sprint announced 41 new 4G LTE markets, bringing its current total up to 151. This includes major markets in California, Florida, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. The full list appears below:

California:

  • Oakland
  • Salinas

Florida:

  • Beach / Deerfield Beach
  • Daytona Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale / Pompano
  • Homosassa Springs
  • Jacksonville
  • Ocala
  • Palm Coast
  • Port Charlotte / Punta Gorda

Indiana:

  • Kokomo, Ind.

Louisiana:

  • Morgan City

Massachusetts:

  • Fitchburg / Leominster
  • Springfield

Michigan:

  • Flint
  • Grand Rapids
  • Holland
  • Saginaw

Minnesota:

  • Faribault / Northfield

Mississippi:

  • Columbus
  • Greenwood
  • Tupelo

New York:

  • Bronx / Brooklyn

North Carolina:

  • Durham
  • Fayetteville
  • Greenville
  • Rocky Mount
  • Wilson

Oklahoma:

  • Ponca City
  • Tulsa

Oregon:

  • Portland

Pennsylvania:

  • Lebanon
  • Philadelphia

Tennessee:

  • Dyersburg
  • Jackson
  • Nashville

Texas:

  • Brownsville / Harlingen
  • Laredo
  • Nacogdoches

Wisconsin:

  • Baraboo
  • Beaver Dam
  • Wausau

For those of you keeping track at home, that brings Sprint’s total to 151 markets with LTE.

In related news, Sprint’s second quarter earnings report was also released this week, with postpaid wireless revenue rising 8% year over year to its highest-ever level of $7.2 billion. Sprint has been able to capture more than four million Nextel subscribers since Network Vision started in early 2011, although Sprint still sustained an operating loss of $874 million this quarter.

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