As we become more dependent on our smartphones, network quality is becoming more important. Today, Sprint customers in Baltimore, Gainesville, Ga., Manhattan/Junction City, Kan., and Sedalia, Mo. were introduced to our 4G LTE high-speed data network. In addition, customers in Baltimore, Boston and Washington D.C. are now enjoying the benefits of our all-new 3G service – which delivers an exceptionally clear signal, better in-building coverage and fewer dropped/blocked calls.
In Baltimore, you will begin to see 4G LTE signals in the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, Federal Hill and Pikesville areas – with more sites being turned on in the days and weeks ahead. With the addition of 4G LTE service and the upgrades to 3G, our network in these areas can handle more voice and data traffic. The network upgrades will make sending text messages, surfing the web, sharing photos and downloading videos easier, faster and more reliable.
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While network enhancements progress, we continue to offer our Everything Data plan with Any Mobile, AnytimeSM. Plans include unlimited data, texting and calling to and from any mobile phone in America while on the Sprint network, starting at just $79.99 per month for smartphones (pricing excludes taxes and surcharges).
In addition to network enhancements and unlimited plans, over the past several years, we have been working hard to deliver the best customer experience. The 2012 American Customer Satisfaction Index ranked Sprint No. 1 among all national carriers and most improved in customer satisfaction, across all 47 industries, over the last four years.
We debuted 4G LTE to millions of people in 15 cities on July 15 and plan to introduce more to the network in 2012. By the end of 2013, we expect to have largely completed the build out of our all-new 4G LTE and 3G nationwide network. For the most up-to-date details on Sprint’s 4G LTE portfolio and rollout, please visit www.sprint.com/4GLTE.
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