Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) Dayton Network Receives First Place Ranking

Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) disclosed that its Dayton, Ohio network obtained a first place ranking for its fastest extending mobile network. It was even recognized for various other features including call network, data and reliability performance. It was awarded the first place position in text segment. The data is as per the RootScore® Report prepared by mobile analytics firm RootMetrics®.

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The details

As per the report of RootMetrics, Sprint Corp measure of time on LTE surged to 97% from 50%. The median download speed jumped by over 500%. During the testing period, the company didn’t report any blocked calls.

The expert speaks

Scott Santi of Sprint said that the company’s network is getting better every day. The company is striving hard to offer the constant capacity, improved speed and enhanced reliability that the users demand. The management is delighted with the latest Dayton report, and is committed to invest more in the network. The strength comes in the form of new low-cost pricing plans for the esteemed customers.

The achievements

Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) took several measures to restructure its plans and now offers considerable superior call quality and much better data speeds in extended regions compared to before. Moreover, as per the report, the company has been given a 104 first place including shared or outright for text, call, data, speed or reliability performance in as many as the 77 markets .

The firm

RootMetrics is a mobile analytics firm that learns and offers the details related to consumer mobile experience. It evaluates the performance of major wireless carriers companies in the U.S. to offer unbiased and objective results of performance on various parameters. The results are based on the consumer-oriented mobile operations including texting, calling and data usage. The reliability parameter measures a user’s ability to create and manage texts, calls and data connection.

About the Author

Adam is a staff reporter for US Markets Daily Publications & Media, covering foreign affairs and domestic policy.

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