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neonhomer
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join:2004-01-27
Edgewater, FL

Key West before Daytona Beach?

Okay.. Sprint is a major sponsor, or should I say THE major sponsor of NASCAR, and they have two huge ass races in Daytona Beach every year... Yet Key West gets LTE before Daytona? Nevermind all of the Sprint customers that live in the area, but all of the Sprint customers who come to the area to see the race(s).

I don't know why I am bitching... even if they turn on LTE in Daytona, the smaller surrounding cities probably won't get it for years to come.
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jeff17

join:2000-12-11
US

Key West is very small = easy-to-serve. Low hanging fruit.


xenophon

join:2007-09-17

LTE rollout is being tracked here...

»s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/212-n···ng-list/


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reply to neonhomer

Actually, the way Sprint is rolling out LTE, small cities in the same general area as big ones will get LTE upgrades not terribly long after the city centers. In some cases before.

For example, Kerrville and Fredericksburg, TX both have LTE live (albeit only on one tower). They're part of the San Antonio market.