December 21, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Sprint has already admitted that users in the San Francisco are able to obtain 4G connections in select areas. The Now Network says the official roll-out of its WiMax network in San Fran is just around the corner, and its showing why Sprint 4G will be better than other networks. In Sprint’s opinion, at least.
In a video similar to its “Wiring Up New York” series, Sprint took to the streets to show how it’s network will hold up in comparison to previous generations of technology. There will be faster speeds of course, but also more spectrum to enable the heavy usage that one can expect when 4G comes to a tech-hub like the Bay Area.
Sprint will bring 4G to San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Silicon Valley, and other parts of the Bay Area on December 28. Watch the video below explaining more and get ready to ring in the new year with a new network.