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Finally...what many of you have been waiting for. A National Sprint market map, by county (or parish for y'all in Louisiana!).
The map file is very large (full resolution version is over 3MB). 90%+ of counties only have sites from one market, or another. In a small handful of counties (like Imperial County, California), there are sites in two markets. In the small handful of instances where that occurs, we tried to color it the market that has the most sites in that county.
Thanks to Digiblur for his tireless efforts in the S4GRU Cartography Division!
Nationwide Sprint Market Map. Here all 97 Sprint Markets are shown. Click on Image to Enlarge.
You can go here to view and download the full resolution image... http://s4gru.herronw...ap10MAR2012.jpg
Here is a list of links to our most recent articles:
- Sprint sports its I ♥ NYC T-shirt...New York City is a Sprint 2012 Network Vision/LTE market
- Sprint proclaims new SDC Push-To-Talk Network virtues over iDEN
- Could Amazon build on the success of the Kindle Fire and move into the phone market?
- New Early Upgrade Promo in select Sprint markets, all devices including the iPhone
- Could tax relief legislation allow Sprint to add an "H" to its PCS alphabet?
- Sprint's Network Vision & LTE Deployments will soon come speeding into Washington, D.C. to jump start stalled bureaucracy
- "Two if by LTE!!!" declares Sprint 4G Rollout Updates as Boston is named as a Network Vision/LTE city for 2012
Sprint 4G Rollout Updates and our contributing authors have been busy writing for you. Here is a recap of our Most Recent articles:
- Samsung Network Vision/LTE Deployment schedule & details for Sprint's Chicago Market
- Network Vision Drawings for a site in Overland Park, Kansas
- SNL mocks Verizon's 4G LTE Campaign
- Spectrum Analysis Part Two...Sprint and T-Mobile spare PCS spectrum would pair nicely for a LTE Partnership
- Spectrum Analysis...Does Sprint have more options for additional LTE carriers?
Tim Farrar of GigaOm is out with a new article regarding the appearance of AT&T's change of heart regarding the spectrum crisis. It's a good read. Sure makes you go, Hmmmm...
Click on the link above or the image below to view the article.