Sprint has just announced that it will be deploying 4G LTE in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio on the 15th of July. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said that the new network will deliver faster data speeds with 4G LTE and an improved overall 3G experience. Today’s announcement is the start of Sprint’s aggressive expansion of its 3G and 4G network through its Network Vision program.

The new network scheduled to be deployed next month hopes that its customers in the aforementioned areas will experience better signal strength, fewer dropped/ blocked calls, faster data speeds, expanded coverage and better overall performance as the improvements roll out across the country.

Sprint expects to complete its 4G LTE nationwide network capable of serving 250 million people in the U.S. by the end of 2013. “The performance of both the 4G LTE and improved 3G networks are exceeding our expectations and we are pleased with the progress of the entire Network Vision program,” Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said.

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