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Sprint continues its move forward with 4G LTE Speed now for Tucson and Phoenix

Just like when the car first started rolling down the roads of America, the desire to go faster has always been a goal. Part of the issue with Cars going faster was not always the cars themselves but the roads. Like the Cars, faster speed are now obtainable with a overhaul of the Sprint Network, a fixing of the roads if you will for the faster traffic. Sprint has been working in cities across the United States to deliver these faster speeds to users of the Sprint Network for some time.

Today's announcement of 4G LTE now available in Phoenix and Tucson with speeds up to 25Mbps and is designed to greatly improve the performance of video and audio applications. We recently talked with Ben Shapiro and Jennifer Clark of Sprint regarding the update to Network Vision in Tucson and the process behind making this happen and what it means for customers of the Sprint Network.

Another new improvement is the addition of HD Voice, available to Sprint customers at no additional charge, HD Voice features noise-cancelling technology to provide a clearer sound. To utilize HD Voice, the requirement of both users to be using the HD Enabled Voice features on the Sprint Network. With this Sprint Framily plan, this may be a nice way for the family to communicate, clearly.