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For those of you familiar with Corpus Christi, my HTC One started picking up LTE near the Citgo refinery. Does this mean that Sprint has started Network Vision deployment in Corpus without an official press release?

 

 

 

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For those of you familiar with Corpus Christi, my HTC One started picking up LTE near the Citgo refinery. Does this mean that Sprint has started Network Vision deployment in Corpus without an official press release?

 

Hello! Welcome to the forums. I take if you haven't gotten around much, we have an entire thread dedicated to the South Texas Market, including Corpus Christi.

 

http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/892-network-visionlte-south-texas-market-corpus-christilaredorio-grande-valley/

 

Network Vision has been ongoing in the area for many months now, and LTE is live across much of the city! Sprint rarely issues any press releases when work is starting, only when it's launching an area. 

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