In the past 90 days, Sprint has implemented 130 network capacity upgrades throughout the Bay Area, with an additional 62 enhancements planned for the next 90 days. The upgrades – from San Francisco to Oakland to Palo Alto – encompass all aspects of a customer’s wireless experience, including voice, data and in-building solutions. In the East Bay, enhanced areas include Berkeley, Hayward, Walnut Creek, Dublin, Livermore and Fairfield. In the North Bay, it reaches out to San Rafael, Santa Rosa and Napa. And in the South Bay, additional enhancements should benefit customers in Redwood City, San Mateo, Millbrae and Palo Alto.
“Not only can customers in the Bay Area enjoy a better network experience, they can do so without worrying about their bill,” said Christopher Brydon, Northern California Area Director, Sprint. “With Sprint’s unlimited plans and the recent network improvements, customers can use their devices the way they were intended – unencumbered.”
So what does this really mean for Sprint customers? In a word: Everything. It means better signal strength so you can access virtually whatever you need whenever you need it. It means faster data speeds, so you can download Google Music Store on your HTC EVO™ 3D and hear the latest free song of the day. It means fewer dropped calls so you can call grandma to wish her Merry Christmas. It means confidence that Sprint is committed to investing in San Francisco and keeping pace with the ever-increasing demand for data with its Network Vision plan.
Want to see more about the coverage improvements in San Francisco, or your area? Visit http://network.sprint.com/ and get detailed maps of current and future upgrades to the Sprint Nationwide Network!
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