Sprint Launches OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, Bringing 5G Service To Four New Markets

Sprint announced that it had decided to add its fourth 5G device to its portfolio, OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. Along with the new smartphone, Sprint has confirmed that it has extended its 5G service.  The four additional markets in the US: New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington D.C.

OnePlus 7 Pro 5G will be available on Sprint starting August 27th at selected stores in the 5G market. And from August 28th via its online store. Starting September 6th, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G will be available on all Sprint retail channels.

As for prices, customers can get the 5G-enabled OnePlus smartphone for $20 a month for a limited time. It is with $0 off and the Sprint Flex lease, allowing them to save over 40% on the device.

If you plan to purchase any of Sprint’s 5G devices. We recommend that you know that the operator’s 5G network is now available in nine cities. Those are Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Kansas City, Huston, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington DC

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Sprint Does Not Offer Complete Data Coverage

Sprint, like all other major operators in the US, it does not offer complete network coverage in any of the markets. So, you will need to check the list of locations where you can get the 5G network signal.

For example, in New York City, Sprint True Mobile 5G will cover approximately 1.7 million people with services available in parts of Manhattan from Central Park to the southern tip. In Los Angeles, the company will cover about 1.2 million people with services available from Marina del Rey in downtown Los Angeles and from West Hollywood to Culver City.

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Additionally, Sprint True Mobile 5G will be going to cover approximately 740,000 people with this service available in the Phoenix metropolitan area serving in parts of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Glendale. Last but not least, it will cover approximately 520,000 people with services available throughout the US Capitol, the White House, the National Mall, Foggy Bottom, the center and many other areas.

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