I live in San Francisco but work in Pleasanton. I noticed Sprint's LTE has been turned on in some areas (possibly for testing). Anyways, for those interested here's recent results from Pleasanton, CA:
So I had my battery out of my phone for something last night and I noticed that my Sprint S4 has a sim card. None of my previous other Sprint phones had a sim card. I'm guessing this is for the 4G LTE? Does the Sprint S4 have CDMA and GSM radios in it?
I live in the largest town in the country.And of course, Sprint Spark is non existent. It wasn't until about 8 months ago when we finally got 4G LTE.
Well, I just spent 4 days in Houston TX, and the Spark is fully functional, with damn good speeds.
According to Sprint’s Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse, the company has reached a milestone of over 1 million LTE devices sold. Sprint offers some great LTE devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC EVO 4G LTE.
I am being data throttled currently and I was researching how to bypass the boost 2.5gb data throttle. When I was going through my search results I found a thread on how to do this with the throttle folder and for most people that did not work. However, for others they said switching to a sprint rom with a sprint prl has worked for them and they were at 5 and 7GB unthrottled.
I just read on G&E that Sprint is giving a "Disaster Relief credit" to customers that live in areas that were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Supposedly, we should be seeing the credit appear on your upcoming bill. If you don't see it on your invoice, give Sprint CS a buzz and inquire!