When Sprint rolled out their4g LTE they were highliy crcitized for only 1 area coverage at the intiial lanch, but yesterday Sprint annouced they have added service to a few more areas.

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Customers in Baltimore, Gainesville, Ga., Manhattan/Junction City, Kan., and Sedalia, Mo. can now claim all of the perks of 4G service, including more voice and data traffic.

Additionally, Sprint users in Baltimore, Boston, and Washington, D.C. have updated access to overhauled 3G service, which now delivers a clearer signal, better in-building coverage, and fewer dropped or blocked calls, according to the carrier.

The network upgrades make sending texts, surfing the Web, sharing photos, and downloading videos easier, faster, and more reliable, Sprint said.

Sprint’s 4G LTE network debuted on July 15 in 15 cities around the nation, with plans to introduce more locations by the end of the year. By the end of 2013, the company expects to have completed most of its build out of its new 4G and 3G nationwide networks.

“Customers across the country will begin to experience better 3G service on their devices and will be able to take advantage of 4G LTE on cutting-edge devices as we continue to launch in more cities,” Sprint senior vice president Bob Azzi said in a statement.

Parts of Georgia, Texas, and Missouri all lit up with 4G LTE last month.