U.S. carrier plans to expand to 200 markets.
As part of its Network Vision strategy, U.S. carrier Sprint has said it's expanding its 4G LTE network to 28 additional cities.
They include: 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 and Winona, MN.
As for Sprint's Network Vision strategy, it's a "plan to consolidate multiple network technologies into one new, seamless network with the goal of increasing efficiency and enhancing network coverage, call quality and data speeds for customers across the United States."
"We’re committed to providing improved 3G and 4G LTE as quickly as possible, and keeping our customers informed as to when and where they can experience the new network’s superior performance and speed," said Bob Azzi, Sprint's senior vice president. "Our customers depend on their mobile devices as their primary source of communication, business connectivity and entertainment. We’re delivering all of that functionality at a very competitive price."
Currently, the carrier has 49 cities covered with its 4G signal. It plans introduce the service to another 200 cities within its 3G footprint.