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Sprint 5G Network Coverage Map: Which Cities are Covered?

Sprint launched its True 5G Network toward the finish of May 2019 and in light of the fact that it uses mid-band spectrum as the basic innovation for the system, it has been the option to offer the widest 5G coverage of all US transporters at launch.

Sprint 5G network

In contrast, rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T depend on the confounded millimeter-wave tech that conveys mind-blowing speeds, however, you get coverage just in extremely close proximity to a 5G node, something that Sprint cruelly, yet accurately describes as a “hotspot 5G network”.

Sprint in the interim commenced its 5G network with a launch in four noteworthy US cities: it’s home market of Kansas City, just as Atlanta, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, and Houston. You don’t have covered coverage all around these cities, so for instance, if you are driving you will see that the network will frequently switch somewhere in the range of 5G and 4G, however, at least you don’t need – we are overstating, however, not much – to remain under a specific light spot to get 5G coverage.

The carrier is additionally expected to launch in 5 more huge cities in the US in the extremely not so distant future and it’s as of now got two 5G phones on offer for customers who needs to be the first to attempt the network. Those phones are the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G (yep, both are significant!).

So where precisely do you get coverage? And how is that changing? We will keep a nearby look on Sprint’s 5G expansion in this post and we will refresh it normally, so make sure to bookmark it.

Here is a short rundown of the cities where Sprint has declared it has (marked in bold) or will have (non-bold) 5G coverage:

  • Atlanta
  • Chicago
  • Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Houston
  • Kansas City
  • Los Angeles
  • New York
  • Phoenix
  • Washington DC

Atlanta 5G Coverage Map

Atlanta, Georgia is one of the debut Sprint 5G markets and you can perceive how Sprint covers a wide area up north to Brookhaven and right to Sandy Springs. Coverage here is spotty and the territory is not completely blanketed in 5G.


Sprint’ covers roughly 150 square miles and somewhere in the range of 565,000 people here at launch.

Dallas-Fort Worth 5G Coverage Map

Sprint has a solid 5G presence in Texas and the Dallas and Fort Worth city are two examples. Sprint’s 5G coverage here stretches to Irving, and north of Dallas up to Carrolton and Richardson, while the Fort Worth coverage additionally reaches out toward the Northern suburbs of Melody Hills and Richland Hills.


Sprint chose Dallas to demonstrate its 5G network to the media with CTO John Saw reporting that at launch, the 5G network covers 575 square miles and roughly 1.6 million people, a genuinely noteworthy accomplishment that no other carrier could match at the time.

Houston 5G Coverage Map

Houston, the most crowded city in Texas, with more than 2.3 million incredible open doors for Sprint and you can see that all the central areas further downtown and mid-town Houston, as well as Memorial Park and further down south and to the west you have truly strong coverage. There are some 4G LTE spots, obviously, so there is unquestionably opportunity to get better, however, the area that Sprint covers is quite wide.


At launch, Sprint covers 165 square miles here and around 800,000 people.

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Kansas City 5G Coverage Map

Kansas City is where Sprint’s headquarters are found and it is customarily the place where you get the most recent technologies first.


We see that almost the entire city is covered with a 5G network with some 4G LTE spots, so you can a strong 5G connection in many places here. At launch, Sprint covers 225 square miles and somewhere in the range of 625,000 people here.