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Sprint will bring WiMAX (4G Mobile Broadband) to more markets this year. According to a press release today, Sprint intend to bring their speedy Mobile broadband to as many as 120 million people by the end of 2010. They have marked a few cities to be added to the 27 cities already enjoying the high speed 4G Mobile Broadband othewise known as WiMAX.
Sprint expects to launch 4G service this year in many markets, including Boston, Denver, Kansas City, Houston, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. More Sprint 4G markets will be announced at a later date. Sprint 4G is expected to cover up to 120 million people by the end of 2010.But the mobile users are not the only ones in Sprint's cross hairs. Sprint wants home users, students in university dorms, or any one with a computer or such device. Sprint wants us to bypass your cable provider and stream HD movies from content distribution providers (such as Netflix, Amazon and Blockbuster) right to your TV; connect our consoles like Xbox 360 and game real-time with someone located across the globe; move pictures wirelessly from your camera to a digital picture frame and surf the Web on your laptop while streaming Pandora, all through a single connection.
If you use a computer, a smart phone, a gaming device, a DVD player or any Wi-Fi enabled device, your online life will change for the better when you experience the Sprint 4G difference. And the value of 4G makes using Sprint 3G/4G to enhance all of your wireless devices a no-brainer," said Matt Carter, president of 4G. "While other national wireless carriers are just talking about 4G, the Sprint Now Network already offers the reality of 4G now in a large number of markets across the country, with many more to follow this year.Well they better come before Google Broadband comes out.