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You can find these listed by primary location on the Sprint Site here: http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/4glte-launchedmarkets.htm Organizing them by States requires a bit more work.

 

Here are the ones that are likely new (or changed description):

 

Ark., Jonesboro

Ark., Paragould

Ark., Pine Bluff

Ark., Texarkana

Calif., Ontario

Calif., Paso Robles

Calif., Riverside

Calif., San Bernardino

Calif., San Jose

Calif., San Luis Obispo

Calif., Santa Clara

Calif., Sunnyvale

Conn., Hartford

Del., Dover

Del., Wilmington

Ill., Bloomington

Ill., Normal

Maine, Auburn

Maine, Bangor

Maine, Lewiston

Ohio, Cleveland

Ohio, Fremont

Ore., Bend

Ore., Klamath Falls

Pa., Allentown

Pa., Bethlehem

Pa., Easton

Pa., Reading

S.C., Seneca

Tenn., Johnson City

Vt., Barre

Vt., Burlington

Vt., Rutland

Vt., South Burlington

W.Va., Jefferson County

W.Va., Martinsburg

Wash., Aberdeen

Wash., Port Angeles

Wash., Seattle

Wash., Shelton

Wash., Yakima

Wyo., Cheyenne

 

Here is the complete current list organized by State:

 

State, Place

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Ala., Albertville

Ala., Anniston

Ala., Auburn

Ala., Birmingham

Ala., Daphne

Ala., Decatur

Ala., Enterprise

Ala., Fairhope

Ala., Florence

Ala., Foley

Ala., Huntsville

Ala., Mobile

Ala., Montgomery

Ala., Muscle Shoals

Ala., Opelika

Ala., Oxford

Ala., Tuscaloosa

Ariz., Douglas

Ariz., Kingman

Ariz., Lake Havasu City

Ariz., Nogales

Ariz., Phoenix

Ariz., Sierra Vista

Ariz., Tucson

Ariz., Yuma

Ark., El Dorado

Ark., Fayetteville

Ark., Fort Smith

Ark., Hot Springs

Ark., Jonesboro

Ark., Little Rock

Ark., Magnolia

Ark., Paragould

Ark., Pine Bluff

Ark., Rogers

Ark., Searcy

Ark., Springdale

Ark., Texarkana

Calif, Anaheim

Calif, Santa Ana

Calif., Bakersfield

Calif., Chowchilla

Calif., Contra Costa County

Calif., El Centro

Calif., Fairfield

Calif., Los Angeles

Calif., Madera

Calif., Modesto

Calif., Napa

Calif., Oakland

Calif., Ontario

Calif., Paso Robles

Calif., Petaluma

Calif., Porterville

Calif., Red Bluff

Calif., Riverside

Calif., Salinas

Calif., San Bernardino

Calif., San Diego

Calif., San Jose

Calif., San Luis Obispo

Calif., Santa Clara

Calif., Santa Cruz

Calif., Santa Rosa

Calif., Sunnyvale

Calif., Vallejo

Calif., Visalia

Calif., Watsonville

Calif., Yuba City

Colo. , Colorado Springs

Conn., Bridgeport

Conn., Hartford

Conn., New Haven

Conn., Norwalk

Conn., Stamford

Conn., Williamantic

Del., Dover

Del., Wilmington

Fla., Bradenton

Fla., Cape Coral

Fla., Clewiston

Fla., Daytona Beach

Fla., Deerfield Beach

Fla., Destin

Fla., Fort Lauderdale

Fla., Fort Myers

Fla., Gainesville

Fla., Homosassa Springs

Fla., Jacksonville

Fla., Key West

Fla., Lake City

Fla., Lakeland

Fla., Lynn Haven

Fla., Miami

Fla., Naples

Fla., Ocala

Fla., Orlando

Fla., Palatka

Fla., Palm Bay

Fla., Palm Coast

Fla., Panama City

Fla., Panama City Beach

Fla., Pensacola

Fla., Pompano Beach

Fla., Port Charlotte

Fla., Port St. Lucie

Fla., Punta Gorda

Fla., Sarasota

Fla., Sebastian

Fla., Sebring

Fla., Tallahassee

Fla., Tampa

Fla., The Villages

Fla., Vero Beach

Fla., West Palm Beach

Fla., Winter Haven

Ga., Albany

Ga., Athens

Ga., Atlanta

Ga., Augusta

Ga., Brunswick

Ga., Calhoun

Ga., Carrollton

Ga., Columbus

Ga., Dalton

Ga., Dublin

Ga., Gainesville

Ga., LaGrange

Ga., Macon

Ga., Milledgeville

Ga., Newnan

Ga., Rome

Ga., Savannah

Ga., Valdosta

Ga., Warner Robins

Ga. , Waycross

Idaho, Boise City

Idaho, Coeur d'Alene

Idaho, Idaho Falls

Idaho, Twin Falls

Ill., Bloomington

Ill., Bourbonnais

Ill., Bradley

Ill., Carbondale

Ill., Charleston

Ill., Chicago

Ill., East Moline

Ill., Joliet

Ill., Kankakee

Ill., Lake County

Ill., Mattoon

Ill., Moline

Ill., Naperville

Ill., Normal

Ill., Ottawa

Ill., Peoria

Ill., Rochelle

Ill., Rock Island

Ill., Rockford

Ill., Waukegan

Ind., Anderson

Ind., Bloomington

Ind., Carmel

Ind., Columbus

Ind., Elkhart

Ind., Evansville

Ind., Fort Wayne

Ind., Gary

Ind., Goshen

Ind., Grant County

Ind., Indianapolis

Ind., Kokomo

Ind., Lafayette

Ind., Michigan City

Ind., Mishawaka

Ind., Muncie

Ind., Richmond

Ind., South Bend

Ind., Warsaw

Iowa, Ames

Iowa, Bettendorf

Iowa, Cedar Falls

Iowa, Cedar Rapids

Iowa, Davenport

Iowa, Des Moines

Iowa, Mason City

Iowa, Waterloo

Kan., Emporia

Kan., Hutchinson

Kan., Junction City

Kan., Kansas City

Kan., Lawrence

Kan., Manhattan

Kan., McPherson

Kan., Salina

Kan., Topeka

Kan., Witchita

Ky., Berea

Ky., Bowling Green

Ky., Danville

Ky., Elizabethtown

Ky., Frankfort

Ky., Glasgow

Ky., Lexington

Ky., London

Ky., Louisville

Ky., Paducah

Ky., Richmond

Ky., Somerset

Ky. , Owensboro

La., Abbeville

La., Alexandria

La., Baton Rouge

La., Bayou Cane

La., Bossier City

La., Crowley

La., Fort Polk South

La., Hammond

La., Houma

La., Lafayette

La., Lake Charles

La., Monroe

La., Morgan City

La., New Iberia

La., New Orleans

La., Ruston

La., Shreveport

La., Thibodaux

Maine, Auburn

Maine, Bangor

Maine, Biddeford

Maine, Lewiston

Maine, Portland

Maine, South Portland

Mass., Barnstable

Mass., Boston

Mass., Fall River

Mass., Fitchburg

Mass., Framingham

Mass., Hyannis

Mass., Leominster

Mass., Martha's Vineyard

Mass., Mid-Cape

Mass., New Bedford

Mass., Peabody

Mass., Springfield

Md., Baltimore

Md., Columbia

Md., Ellicott City

Md., Hagerstown

Mich., Adrian

Mich., Allegan

Mich., Ann Arbor

Mich., Battle Creek

Mich., Bay City

Mich., Benton Harbor

Mich., Detroit

Mich., East Lansing

Mich., Farmington Hills

Mich., Flint

Mich., Grand Rapids

Mich., Holland

Mich., Jackson

Mich., Kalamazoo

Mich., Lansing

Mich., Midland

Mich., Monroe

Mich., Mount Pleasant

Mich., Muskegon

Mich., Norton Shores

Mich., Owosso

Mich., Portage

Mich., Saginaw

Mich., St. Joseph

Mich., Sturgis

Mich., Traverse City

Mich., Troy

Mich., Warren

Minn., Brainerd

Minn., Faribault

Minn., Mankato

Minn., Minneapolis

Minn., North Mankato

Minn., Northfield

Minn., Red Wing

Minn., St. Cloud

Miss., Biloxi

Miss., Columbus

Miss., Greenville

Miss., Greenwood

Miss., Gulfport

Miss., Jackson

Miss., Laurel

Miss., Oxford

Miss., Pascagoula

Miss., Picayune

Miss., Starkville

Miss., Tupelo

Mo., Branson

Mo., Cape Girardeau

Mo., Farmington

Mo., Hannibal

Mo., Jackson

Mo., Jefferson City

Mo., Joplin

Mo., Kansas City

Mo., Kirksville

Mo., Rolla

Mo., Sedalia

Mo., St. Joseph

Mo., St. Louis

N.C., Albemarle

N.C., Asheville

N.C., Burlington

N.C., Charlotte

N.C., Dunn

N.C., Durham

N.C., Fayetteville

N.C., Goldsboro

N.C., Greensboro

N.C., Greenville

N.C., Henderson

N.C., Hickory

N.C., High Point

N.C., Jacksonville

N.C., Kinston

N.C., Lenoir

N.C., Lexington

N.C., Lincolnton

N.C., Lumberton

N.C., Morganton

N.C., Pinehurst

N.C., Raleigh

N.C., Roanoke Rapids

N.C., Rocky Mount

N.C., Salem

N.C., Salisbury

N.C., Shelby

N.C., Southern Pines

N.C., Statesville

N.C., Thomasville

N.C., Wilmington

N.C., Wilson

N.C., Winston

N.D., Fargo

N.H., Concord

N.H., Laconia

N.H., Manchester

N.H., Rockingham County

N.H., Strafford County

N.J., Atlantic City

N.J., Camden

N.J., Edison

N.J., Ewing

N.J., Newark

N.J., Ocean City

N.J., Trenton

N.J., Vineland

N.M., Clovis

N.Y., Amsterdam

N.Y., Bronx

N.Y., Brooklyn

N.Y., Dunkirk

N.Y., Fredonia

N.Y., Gloversville

N.Y., Hudson

N.Y., Ithaca

N.Y., Jamestown

N.Y., Long Island

N.Y., Manhattan

N.Y., Olean

N.Y., Queens

N.Y., Rochester

N.Y., Schenectady

N.Y., Staten Island

N.Y., Syracuse

N.Y., Troy

Neb., Lincoln

Neb., Omaha

Nev., Reno

Nev., Sparks

Nev. , Carson City

Ohio, Akron

Ohio, Ashland

Ohio, Ashtabula

Ohio, Boardman

Ohio, Canton

Ohio, Cleveland

Ohio, Dayton

Ohio, Dover

Ohio, Findlay

Ohio, Fremont

Ohio, Greenville

Ohio, Mansfield

Ohio, Marion

Ohio, Massillon

Ohio, Mount Vernon

Ohio, New Philadelphia

Ohio, Salem

Ohio, Sandusky

Ohio, Springfield

Ohio, Tiffin

Ohio, Toledo

Ohio, Warren

Ohio, Wooster

Ohio, Youngstown

Ohio, Zanesville

Okla., Ardmore

Okla., Bartlesville

Okla., Enid

Okla., Lawton

Okla., Muskogee

Okla., Oklahoma City

Okla., Ponca City

Okla., Shawnee

Okla., Stillwater

Okla., Tulsa

Ore., Albany

Ore., Bend

Ore., Corvallis

Ore., Eugene

Ore., Grants Pass

Ore., Klamath Falls

Ore., Portland

Ore., Salem

Ore., Springfield

Pa., Allentown

Pa., Altoona

Pa., Barre

Pa., Bedford

Pa., Bethlehem

Pa., Carlisle

Pa., Easton

Pa., Franklin County

Pa., Gettysburg

Pa., Hanover

Pa., Harrisburg

Pa., Hershey

Pa., Huntingdon County

Pa., Juniata County

Pa., Lancaster

Pa., Lebanon

Pa., Mifflin County

Pa., New Castle

Pa., Philadelphia

Pa., Pottsville

Pa., Reading

Pa., Scranton

Pa., Wilkes

Pa., York

Puerto Rico, Aguadilla

Puerto Rico, Cabo Rojo

Puerto Rico, Coamo

Puerto Rico, Guayama

Puerto Rico, Isabela

Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

Puerto Rico, Ponce

Puerto Rico, Salinas

Puerto Rico, San Germán

Puerto Rico, San Juan

Puerto Rico, Santa Isabel

Puerto Rico, Yauco

R.I., Newport

R.I., Providence

R.I., Warwick

S.C., Anderson

S.C., Beaufort

S.C., Columbia

S.C., Easley

S.C., Gaffney

S.C., Georgetown

S.C., Greenville

S.C., Greenwood

S.C., Hilton Head Island

S.C., Mauldin

S.C., Myrtle Beach

S.C., Orangeburg

S.C., Seneca

S.C., Spartanburg

S.C., Sumter

Tenn., Athens

Tenn., Chattanooga

Tenn., Clarksville

Tenn., Cleveland

Tenn., Columbia

Tenn., Cookeville

Tenn., Crossville

Tenn., Dyersburg

Tenn., Greeneville

Tenn., Harriman

Tenn., Jackson

Tenn., Johnson City

Tenn., Kingsport

Tenn., Knoxville

Tenn., Memphis

Tenn., Morristown

Tenn., Nashville

Tenn., Sevierville

Tenn., Tullahoma

Texas, Abilene

Texas, Amarillo

Texas, Athens

Texas, Austin

Texas, Beaumont

Texas, Big Spring

Texas, Brownsville

Texas, Bryan

Texas, College Station

Texas, Corpus Christi

Texas, Corsicana

Texas, Dallas

Texas, Del Rio

Texas, Denison

Texas, Eagle Pass

Texas, El Paso

Texas, Fort Worth

Texas, Granbury

Texas, Harlingen

Texas, Hood County

Texas, Houston

Texas, Huntsville

Texas, Jacksonville

Texas, Kerrville

Texas, Laredo

Texas, Longview

Texas, Lubbock

Texas, Lufkin

Texas, Marshall

Texas, McAllen

Texas, Midland

Texas, Nacogdoches

Texas, Odessa

Texas, Paris

Texas, Port Arthur

Texas, Rio Grande City

Texas, Roma

Texas, San Angelo

Texas, San Antonio

Texas, Temple

Texas, Texarkana

Texas, Tyler

Texas, Victoria

Texas, Waco

Texas, Witchita Falls

U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix

U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas

Utah, Logan

Utah, Orem

Utah, Provo

Utah, Salt Lake City

Va., Clarke County

Va., Harrisonburg

Va., Newport News

Va., Norfolk

Va., Page County

Va., Shenandoah County

Va., Virginia Beach

Va., Winchester

Vt., Barre

Vt., Burlington

Vt., Rutland

Vt., South Burlington

W.Va., Jefferson County

W.Va., Martinsburg

W.Va., Parkersburg

W.Va., Point Pleasant

Wash., Aberdeen

Wash., Bellingham

Wash., Bremerton

Wash., Centralia

Wash., Longview

Wash., Mount Vernon

Wash., Olympia

Wash., Port Angeles

Wash., Pullman

Wash., Seattle

Wash., Shelton

Wash., Spokane

Wash., Tacoma

Wash., Tri Cities

Wash., Yakima

Wis., Appleton

Wis., Baraboo

Wis., Beaver Dam

Wis., Fond du Lac

Wis., Fort Atkinson

Wis., Green Bay

Wis., Janesville

Wis., Kenosha

Wis., La Crosse

Wis., Madison

Wis., Manitowoc

Wis., Marshfield

Wis., Milwaukee

Wis., Neenah

Wis., Oshkosh

Wis., Racine

Wis., Sheboygan

Wis., Stevens Point

Wis., Wausau

Wis., Whitewater

Wis., Wisconsin Rapids

Wyo., Cheyenne

 

 

Edited 5:33pm EDT: Missed Del., Wilmington and Wash., Yakima

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Holy wall of text, Batman.  I feel like I am trying to read the Rosetta Stone

 

AJ

 

In a few minutes I will start with the differences.

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According to Phandroid, announced launches today are: http://phandroid.com/2014/06/23/sprint-spark-4g-lte-june-2014/

 

 

  • Johnson City, TN
  • San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles, CA
  • Bend, OR
  • Klamath Falls, OR
  • Aberdeen, WA
  • Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA
  • Shelton, WA
  • Pine Bluff, AR
  • Bloomington-Normal, IL
  • Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor, OH
  • Fremont, OH
  • Cheyenne, WY
  • Dover, DE
  • Wilmington, DE-MD
  • Yakima, WA
  • Jonesboro-Paragould, AR
  • Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT
  • Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA
  • Reading, PA
  • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
  • San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA
  • Seneca, SC
  • Bangor, ME
  • Barre, VT
  • Burlington-South Burlington, VT
  • Lewiston-Auburn, ME
  • Rutland-Bennington, VT
  • Port Angeles, WA
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The galaxy s5 sport for Sprint announcement that went along with this is already receiving the typical anti sprint trolling word vomit in the comments section on cnet.  I mean, unless you live in a trailer then you're already experiencing a completely different network from sprint.  It's awesome how far they've come.  

 

I actually connected to b41 for the first time here in Atlanta the other night while driving past Piedmont Park on my home from work.  It was cool but the best part is that the network here is so good that I don't really even really need band 41.  How's that for an improved network?

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According to Phandroid, announced launches today are: http://phandroid.com/2014/06/23/sprint-spark-4g-lte-june-2014/

 

    [*]Johnson City, TN

    [*]San Luis Obispo........

Normally it takes the press far longer. Typically it takes Sprint a day before the list stabilizes. Will double check things later, as items seemed to be changing a little while I was doing this.

 

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My comparison was based on  http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/4glte-launchedmarkets.htm  compared to  http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/5887-2014-04-28-coverage-map-updated/ .

 

The press even seems a bit more generous than Sprint in the places they give them credit.  Of course this may just be leveling the playing field a bit as AT&T tends to list every hamlet. Others may also do the same.

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Not quite.  Certainly not from an, uh, AT&T user in Duluth.  But they have permanent brain freeze in Duluth, so they may not be reliable witnesses.

 

AJ

If he had a Nexus 5, I'm sure he would at least have some coverage from the cheeseheads. But he's right about Sprint, not only is there no LTE there, but out of the 24 sites in MN with No NV Activity, Duluth accounts for ~21 sites. There has been no progress whatsoever in Duluth proper. Supposedly most sites there will be upgraded this summer though.

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If he had a Nexus 5, I'm sure he would at least have some coverage from the cheeseheads. But he's right about Sprint, not only is there no LTE there, but out of the 24 sites in MN with No NV Activity, Duluth accounts for ~21 sites. There has been no progress whatsoever in Duluth proper. Supposedly most sites there will be upgraded this summer though.

He could always move. As in out of Duluth.

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If he had a Nexus 5, I'm sure he would at least have some coverage from the cheeseheads. But he's right about Sprint, not only is there no LTE there, but out of the 24 sites in MN with No NV Activity, Duluth accounts for ~21 sites. There has been no progress whatsoever in Duluth proper. Supposedly most sites there will be upgraded this summer though.

Let's hope it 's this summer.  Contractor's would love to work in this naturally air-conditioned city in July and August. Now if it gets push into January....Brrrr.

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He could always move. As in out of Duluth.

Haha, a valid point. I could see why someone would brave the 8 months of cold for the 4 months of absolutely beautiful weather though :P

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If he had a Nexus 5, I'm sure he would at least have some coverage from the cheeseheads. But he's right about Sprint, not only is there no LTE there, but out of the 24 sites in MN with No NV Activity, Duluth accounts for ~21 sites. There has been no progress whatsoever in Duluth proper. Supposedly most sites there will be upgraded this summer though.

 

Not a reflection upon you but on the Android Central commenter, this is what makes most people bad scientists, bad politicians, bad consumers, just bad critical thinkers in general.

 

Duluth could be the center of the universe.  Or it could be the cold anus of Lake Superior.  It does not matter.

 

Sprint could shower Duluth with the greatest wireless technology.  Or Sprint could neglect Duluth forever.  Again, it does not matter.

 

One sample does not a trend make.  But that does not stop bad critical thinkers.  They leap to sweeping generalizations based upon their limited, local observations.

 

AJ

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Oh yeah, I totally get that. In terms of the one city, it kinda sucks, but as a whole, obviously Sprint is 1000x better where upgrades have already happened and Duluth doesn't reflect the network overall. I'm not saying he wasn't in the wrong, just that it is bad luck for him living in the only area of MN without any upgrades yet.

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Not a reflection upon you but on the Android Central commenter, this is what makes most people bad scientists, bad politicians, bad consumers, just bad critical thinkers in general.

 

Duluth could be the center of the universe.  Or it could be the cold anus of Lake Superior.  It does not matter.

 

Sprint could shower Duluth with the greatest wireless technology.  Or Sprint could neglect Duluth forever.  Again, it does not matter.

 

One sample does not a trend make.  But that does not stop bad critical thinkers.  They leap to sweeping generalizations based upon their limited, local observations.

 

AJ

THIS^^^^^ Qualifying ones comments so that they are not stated as sweeping generalizations seems to be a lost art.

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Haha, a valid point. I could see why someone would brave the 8 months of cold for the 4 months of absolutely beautiful weather though :P

I was mostly kidding. I actually HATE summers here in Dixie. Barf. I'm meeeelllltiiiing!

 

If I could summer in MN and winter in the ATL, I'd be golden.

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Well there is a Duluth, GA just north of Atlanta. You summer in one and winter in the other easily and never have to worry about the name of your town.

 

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Well, summering in Duluth could bring new meaning to a "whiter shade of pale."

 

AJ

I didn't even realize that Procol Harum released the original song in the late 60's. The Sarah Brightman version is the only one I'd ever heard. I learned something new yet again!

 

But, pop culture references aside, I don't think even a summer in Newfoundland could turn me alabaster or even eggshell. Lol

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