Well look what we have here folks. It’s a map showing the plans of Sprint’s 4G LTE Network for the year 2014. The map was posted on Twitter by tech journalist Sascha Segan. It appears to be legit, with questionable drawing skills as some of the states are not properly drawn. I know some maps are drawn up to represent market areas and are not always drawn to represent the States of the U.S. Whatever this case, it shows Sprint’s determination to get 4G LTE out to the masses, no matter how small it seems to be. Jump past the break to see the map and read more.
The green shades represent the areas to receive 4G LTE by 2014, while the people in the blue are going to have to wait. This all seems good, but remember Verizon has a large portion of the U.S. covered and Sprint is playing catch-up. As the number three carrier in the U.S. Sprint has some major ground to cover to get back into direct competition with the likes of Verizon and AT&T. Only time will tell if Sprint’s plan is solid or a little too late. With me being a Sprint customer, I do like seeing my little town of Fort Collins covered by the 2014 plan. I just wished I didn’t have to wait until 2014 for it. What about you, are you happy to see your area covered, or are you left in the blue shaded area? Let us know in the comments section below.