America’s Newest Network is here

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Sprint Spark is a powerful, enhanced LTE network capability that uses three bands of LTE to create a revolutionary tri-band network experience. For you, this means our fastest-ever peak data speeds of up to 60 Mbps, stronger in-building signal and improved call quality.

Smarter technology analyzes three bands of our LTE spectrum (800 MHz, 1900 MHz and 2.5 GHz) and connects your smartphone, tablet or hotspot to the optimal band available based on how you’re using your device. This instant and seamless evaluation gives you a more responsive data experience.

We use our smartphones and tablets for much more than email and messaging, and Sprint Spark is designed to keep up with demand. That means HD video streams are less likely to buffer, music streaming services can deliver music at higher fidelity, apps can download in seconds and you can enjoy practically lag-free competitive mobile gaming.

That Sprint Spark speed and reliability comes in handy when you need enterprise and cloud services for collaboration and business on the go. Download large documents with ease. Make changes to shared documents in real-time. Video chat and use conferencing apps without a hitch and in higher definition.

Sprint Spark opens the way for futuristic applications as well as faster and smarter ways to connect. Sprint is the first domestic carrier to demonstrate speeds in excess of 1 Gbps. The future is here, and it’s only going to get brighter with Sprint Spark. Happy Connecting.

  • corbie sr

    u would think that spark would have been put in major cites first but did not happen!

  • Logan Kirk

    When is it going to be in Sacramento?

  • Don

    Ventura/Oxnard is still waiting for 4G LTE

    • Richard

      Before bringing on the Spark why doesn’t AWARD WINNING SPRINT get customers going with 4G so we can use the 4G LTE phones you sold us. I didn’t know it at the time but the competitors have 4G in the same California town I live in. SO UPSET AWARD WINNING SPRINT!!!

  • Nette Rodriguez

    What about the Bay Area, one of the biggest markets for 4G LTE.

  • Richard Thirsk

    TOTALY AWESOME out here in the mountains ski country of Colorado I love seeing that little spark in the band instead of a 3g 4g or LTE mark because I get the best speed and quality I have EVER seen, I can bounce all over these mountains without a DROP, but the city with LTE forget it… I LOVE IT

  • jessica

    if I could just get lte on my iphone 6 I would be happy, I get 3g and 1x and I am in Irvine CA (orange county) and Long Beach, CA….these are not small areas and are large consumer areas with towers everywhere.