Sprint has turned the 4G switch on in Orlando today, bringing the number of cities in Florida with 4G service to three. (Though none of which are where our dear leader Phil, lives. Just sayin'.) This follows on the heels of activations in Nashville, TN; Boston, MA; Daytona Beach, FL; and Providence, RI in what has turned out to be the month of the 4G rollout for the nation's third-largest cell phone service provider. The carrier now has two Android smartphones with 4G radios--the Sprint Evo 4G by HTC and the Sprint Epic 4G by Samsung. Along with these continuing 4G service and handset rollouts, Sprint has ponied up and offered a $50,000 prize for the most useful and unique app to take advantage of their 4G network. Nobody can say that Sprint isn't serious about 4G. [Sprint]
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