Sprint Nextel, committed on offering a wide range of wireless and wireline communication services, just expanded its 4G WiMax network to six more cities. With the expansion, Sprint is proud to have made available its services in 68 cities nationwide. Unleashing the power of 4G, users would be able to witness super fast downloads, wireless video chat and turbo-charged web browsing over the mobile. The 4G network guarantees up to 10 times faster speeds compared to the 3G service.
New cities include, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus.
Sprint users in the newly added cities would be able to take full advantage of the Sprint 4G network on their 4G-capable devices. In addition, the wireless carrier is making arrangements to make the 4G service available in other cities including San Francisco. Sprint Nextel is the first ever wireless 4G service in the United States, serving over 48 million subscribers.
So what does the 4G network offer? Users in Los Angeles, Miami, Washington, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus can access the super fast 4G network via Overdrive™ 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot by Sierra Wireless. They can simply connect to the internet with a laptop, smartphone or any Wi-Fi enabled device, and have the experience of 10 times faster browsing.
President Matt Carter, Sprint 4G, in a press release told:
We have witnessed a great demand from our customers for 4G speeds, power and capabilities in these cities already and today they officially have it. We are proud to deliver on our commitment to serve our customers and deliver 4G to more major metropolitan areas in 2010.
via [Sprint 4G]