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  1. From this lovely article over at Fiercewireless (ignore the trash that is the comments below the article). Most relevant part Sprints outdoor and indoor pico cell equipment in that region are commercially available Ericsson RBS6501/6401 B25 units and the Nokia Flexi Zone 2.5. See: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/6789-how-to-spot-sprint-band-41-pico-cells-nokia-networks/ See: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/6790-how-to-spot-sprint-band-25-pico-cells-ericsson/ Both vendors (+ alcatel-lucent and Samsung and along with basically every major small cell vendor) pico cell units have wifi capability alongside the licensed spectrum band that they're designed for. So this occurs to be a free wifi incentive from Sprint to KC utilizing the abilities of the small cell equipment that they're deploying in return for relative ease of deploying said small cells in what must be an extremely dense setup to be able to provide wifi access points for a lot of areas.
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