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Sprint Delivers St. Louis Network Upgrades

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Thanks to recent 3G capacity upgrades from Sprint, residents of the Gateway City can clearly tell friends and family to “Meet Me in St. Louis” this spring, whether it’s for a baseball game, post-season college basketball game or a bike ride through Forest Park.

In the past 90 days, Sprint has implemented 32 network capacity upgrades in the St. Louis area, with 30 scheduled throughout Missouri for the next 90 days. Whether it’s St. Charles, Chesterfield, Creve Coeur or Kirkwood, Sprint customers in metro St. Louis should expect faster data speeds, fewer dropped calls and confidence that Sprint is committed to investing in Missouri and keeping pace with the ever-increasing demand for data.

So what exactly do these upgrades mean for customers? It means an even easier wireless experience. Want to catch the latest news on St. Louis’ favorite baseball team? Click on the Sprint ID ESPN pack in seconds to find out the latest. Want to watch the trailer for the new season of St. Louis’ own “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s”? Watch it on YouTube with ease.

Over the past year, Missouri has seen its Sprint 3G coverage increase by almost 15 percent, resulting in an improved wireless experience for the state, including voice, data and in-building solutions. These enhancements to the Sprint 3G network also should serve to bolster performance of the company’s no-contract brands, including devices operating on the Sprint network from Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA.

“Sprint has a strong and solid presence in St. Louis,” said Rob Bryant, regional vice president, consumer sales. “Not only do we employ hundreds of people throughout the state, but we’ve taken a leadership position with our enhanced wireless 3G network at Washington University. These latest 3G network enhancements only serve to solidify our substantial investment in St. Louis.”

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To find out more about local network upgrades in your area, just visit http://sprint.com/network

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