The wireless carrier set a May launch of its 5G mobile-phone service in four of the nine cities it’s targeting in the first half of this year. That might make it the first carrier out of the gate in a race with rivals to snap up early adopters of the next-generation wireless platform.
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Sprint said its 5G service will be available initially in four metropolitan areas — Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Kansas City — followed by Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix and Washington. In an interview Monday, Sprint Chief Executive Officer Michel Combes said he was eager to show the benefits that 5G will bring. He declined to say how much Sprint would charge consumers for the new service.
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