The Now Network continues to march forward in its 4G LTE Network Vision build-out, today announcing four markets in which the LTE switch is being flipped. You may remember Sprint's July statement that it would be bringing LTE to four new cities by September 3rd, and it looks like the carrier has already made good on that promise, with one exception – the list has dropped Sherman-Denison, TX in favor of Sedalia MO. Here's the full lineup of newly christened LTE cities:

  • Baltimore, MD
  • Gainesville, GA
  • Manhattan/Junction City, KS
  • Sedalia, MO

While Sprint is more than a little late to the LTE party and still a bit slow on the pick-up, it's always good to see a fresh batch of areas getting access to the burgeoning network. Besides added 4G LTE coverage, Sprint also notes that their "all-new 3G service" has begun to light up in Baltimore, Boston, and Washington D.C.

Of course we'll keep you up to date as Sprint's LTE network continues to snake across the country. Until then, keep an eye on the Now Network's 4G progress here, and check out today's full press release linked below.

Source: Sprint