Florida: Palm Bay, Port St. Lucie, West Palm Beach
Indiana: Bloomington and Lafayette
Minnesota: Mankato-North Mankato
North Carolina: Charlotte, Shelby, Albemarle, Sailsbury, Lincolnton
Tennessee: Memphis, Greenville, Tullahoma
Texas: Denison, Kerrville
Virginia: Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News
Meanwhile, clouds of Sprint's LTE signal are showing up all over New York. Here's the 4G forecast from Sprint near Light Reading Mobile's office in Manhattan from crowd-sourced network finder Sensorly.
Sprint said in January that it's working on New York 4G as part of a planned 28-market deployment. (See Sprint Teases 28 LTE Markets Coming 'Soon'.)
Sprint is working to catch up on larger rivals with its 4G footprint. CEO Dan Hesse admitted in February that Sprint is trailing its LTE competitors. (See Sprint CEO: We're 'Behind' on Network Vision.)
Sprint has 67 live 4G LTE markets now. It expects to cover 200 million people in the U.S. with LTE services by the end of 2013.
— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Light Reading Mobile