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Sprint Today Officially Launched its 5G Network in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, & Kansas City With More Coming Soon

Girl on PhoneToday Sprint announced that they have launched their 5G network in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City. Sprint has also announced plans to launch 5G in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix and Washington, D.C over the next few weeks.

“Sprint 5G is here and we’re proud to give customers true mobility and the largest initial 5G footprint in the country,” said Sprint CEO Michel Combes. “This is a momentous day and just the start of what we can achieve with T-Mobile, together building a better, faster, nationwide mobile 5G network that benefits all U.S. businesses and consumers.”

Sprint 5G will power new experiences for wireless customers, from gaming and entertainment services, to IoT and business applications. Today service is available in the following locations:

  • Atlanta: Sprint 5G covers approximately 150 square miles and 565,000 people from downtown to Dunwoody!
  • Dallas-Fort Worth: Sprint 5G covers approximately 575 square miles and 1.6 million people across the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area serving Irving and downtown Fort Worth, including Sundance Square, Las Colinas, and the North Dallas area from Preston Hollow to Addison.
  • Houston: Sprint 5G covers approximately 165 square miles and 800,000 people across the cultural center of Houston from downtown to Memorial City Mall/City Centre Plaza.
  • Kansas City: Sprint is the first wireless operator to launch 5G in its hometown, with service covering approximately 225 square miles and 625,000 people from downtown Kansas City, MO, to Overland Park, KS where the company is headquartered.

Sprint says 5G will be available on the LG V50 ThinQ 5G and HTC 5G Hub starting May 31st 2019.

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