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2018 could finally be the year Sprint’s network becomes good

Sprint has comfortably occupied the plucky underdog role among wireless carriers for the last five years. Its low prices and cheeky ads are out of necessity, not choice: Sprint's network finishes in last place in every nationwide network comparison, and while its urban coverage has improved dramatically, it's still not the network of choice for speed or reliability. But things don't always have to stay that way, and judging by what we've seen so far, it looks like Sprint is on course for a turnaround in 2018.
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