Hays, Kan. June 2014- Nex-Tech Wireless and Sprint have solidified their relationship by completing a new LTE/4G roaming agreement. The agreement will ensure that Nex-Tech Wireless customers will have continued access to nationwide voice and data service. As part of the agreement, Nex-Tech Wireless will become one of the first carriers in the country to outbound roam on Sprint’s LTE network. This agreement also renews the longstanding CDMA agreement for voice, SMS and 3G data.
“We understand that we live in a mobile society where customers need cutting edge technology at their fingertips. With expanding our excellent partnership with Sprint and moving our relationship to 4G, we ensure that we continue to meet the needs of our customers. We understand that customer’s needs include seamless nationwide coverage, in addition to more bandwidth, and we feel this agreement solidifies just that,” stated Jon Lightle, President and CEO for Nex-Tech Wireless.
Nex-Tech Wireless operates a 4G LTE and 3G CDMA network in central and western Kansas. By partnering with Sprint, Nex-Tech Wireless reaffirms their commitment to their customers’ needs of having a reliable wireless experience throughout the United States. Additionally, this new agreement shows Sprint’s commitment to a 700 MHz device portfolio, which will assist with handset choices and faster data speeds for Nex-Tech Wireless customers.
About Nex-Tech Wireless
Nex-Tech Wireless, a subsidiary of Rural Telephone, Golden Belt Telephone and Mutual Telephone, is a premiere wireless provider offering high-tech wireless solutions to residents in 40 counties of central and western Kansas as well as local coverage to 4 counties in Colorado. Nex-Tech Wireless focuses on providing its customers cutting edge technology including data and mobile services, as well as the latest wireless equipment and competitive wireless plans that provide nationwide coverage. For more information, visit www.nex-techwireless.com