Good news Sprint subscribers, it looks like Sprint will start offering their subscribers 4G LTE coverage by the end of next year. The carrier hopes to encompass about 120 markets by the end of 2012, and will be joining AT&T and Verizon as three out of four of the major carriers to offer true 4G LTE, and not HSPA+.
Not to worry WiMax subscribers, Sprint will not be forgetting you guys in the face of a brand new shiny LTE network. The carrier said that they will continue supporting WiMax subscribers and will keep pushing out WiMax capable devices throughout 2012. At the same time Sprint expects to start making 4G LTE capable devices available on their network in the summer of 2012. Seems like quite a long way to go, but we guess it’s better than nothing.
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