Does the Centennial area count for LTE coverage "around" Denver? Look for that purple spot, and keep zooming in.
Funny how the Sprint Call Center has LTE in Denver, apparently off Inverness Dr S near 25 & 470.
s4gru.com has confirmed that Samsung (who has the contract for Colorado) has started working on Network vision in Colorado. http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/2824-paonia-colo
I have read multiple places that Samsung is ahead of schedule. Who knows when LTE will launch, but we'll likely have some before summer. Now, I only need to get a phone that supports LTE. Here is the thread for the Denver market: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/2172-network-vis
I've found the best source of information is http://s4gru.com/. They aren't affiliated with Sprint, but they have better information that most of the customer service agents do. On the following page: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/212-network-visi
On the other hand, I've noticed that most of the cell sites around me are now showing eHRDP service, which is a precursor to the LTE buildout.
It seems that most of the regions have taken between 4 and 6 months to compete; since nothing has been started in Colorado as of Jan 17 2013, don't count on LTE to begin to show up til mid Summer, with completion by the end of 2013.
These are my best guesses based on reading lots of blogs, I'm not affiliated with Sprint, but I do live in Denver Metro and have an LTE phone.
I hope this is true i spoke with a customer service agent lastnight and she told me denver isnt a gurantee to get the lte network.
Finally hopefully this manager is telling the truth about the timeline. Looking forward to end of April or beginning of May!
yes, I was in the sprint store in Denver to upgrade, and the manager told me to upgrade to a device that is 4g lte, at first I didnt know what lte was, then he explained it to me, I have his name and number and he confirmed that it will be a service that will be available through out denver by the end of April 2013, so I got a device that is 4g lte and took his word for it... he reconfirmed it before we walked out that door again..
I doubt it. The only thing Sprint has officially said is in this link: http://newsroom.sprint.com/article_display.cfm?art
No Denver, I would not hold your breath.
Sorry I did not understand The problem is there is no way on our system to configure the second device to allow it to use 4g data. It has to have information in the system that allows the service to authenticate the phone.