Sprint has begun offering its Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on its high-speed fiber-optic network.
The new service is aimed at increasing the number of Sprint customers who have access to the company’s network and increasing the amount of money that can be collected from each customer.
The goal is to make Sprint a more attractive choice for companies looking to expand their networks.
The service will be available for Sprint customers in select cities across the country starting on April 17.
It is designed to address a number of competitive pressures for broadband service, which have led to a shortage of broadband services, according to Sprint’s Chief Marketing Officer, Brian Roberts.
“With a shortage in broadband services that customers have access, it’s important that we deliver a superior, cost-effective, high-quality experience for our customers,” Roberts said.
The Sprint network is one of the largest in the country, with about 100,000 fiber optic lines that connect most of the country.
The company will be able to offer gigabit speeds to select customers and will also offer plans for businesses that want to increase the speed of their network.
For customers who are on Sprint, this means that they can expect speeds of up to 1.5 gigabits per second, up from the 1.3 gigabit per second that Sprint has been offering.
That’s a little more than a speed of 100 megabits or more per second.
Sprint also said that the service will have the ability to work with its network to deliver faster speeds to customers with existing service contracts.
That means that customers can be charged more for their data once they have access.
Roberts also said the new service will give Sprint a way to offer its customers faster speeds on its network when it comes to managing congestion on its networks.
“We know that people’s demands and their usage patterns vary, and we can’t wait for them to choose our network and our customers, as we continue to build out the network,” Roberts added.
The number of Internet Service Provider (ISP) contracts that Sprint currently has is limited to about 1 million contracts.
Sprint currently only offers one contract per customer, and that is for data, so customers can only use it for one gigabit per day.
That service will no longer be available.
“The new Sprint service will help our customers get the speed they want, at the lowest cost, and with the most choice,” Roberts noted.
Sprint is also offering plans that will provide an additional $5 per month for customers to purchase additional services such as Wi-Fi hotspots and the ability for customers who subscribe to a service plan to use a third-party hotspot.
Sprint said that these new plans will help customers to maintain their current Internet Service.
For more information, see Sprint’s blog post.
Sprint plans to offer the service to its network in a few other markets in the coming months.
In the coming weeks, Sprint will also begin offering its customers a new service called Connect One, which will provide a faster connection with its 4G LTE network, but only if they have a 4G device, as well as an optional service plan that includes Wi-fi hotspots.
Sprint has also started offering its new Wi-FI hotspot service in select markets.
Sprint will begin offering these services starting April 17 in select regions and markets.
The plans will cost $25 a month.
For Sprint customers, the monthly price for Connect One will be $10 per month.