4G internet access in Springfield MO

Recently I had a very pleasant surprise: Springfield MO has 4G cellular internet coverage!

Specifically, Clear has some WiMax towers up covering quite a bit of Springfield as well as Ozark, Republic and possibly Nixa. If you have a compatible Sprint 4G phone then you may already be good to go.

I will post speedtest results when I get the chance 🙂

More info:

Unofficial Sprint 4G near Springfield, Missouri (Currently receiveing in Ozark) - Android Forums

Unofficial Sprint 4G near Springfield, Missouri (Currently receiveing in Ozark) – Android Forumshttp://androidforums.com/4g-discussion/286281-unofficial-sprint-4g-near-springfield-missouri-currently-receiveing-ozark.htmlHello everybody. Just wanted to let those of you know who might live around the Springfield, Missouri area I am getting 4G in Ozark…Just happened to flash from Cyanogenmod to…
Sprint Community: Has sprint stopped expanding its 4g?http://community.sprint.com/baw/thread/69529Sprint and partner Clearwire quietly have turned on 4G service in many more places than what they show on Sprint’s 4G map.  You can go to Clear.com website and look at their…
What are Protection Sites? - Sprint 4G Rollout Updates

What are Protection Sites? – Sprint 4G Rollout Updateshttp://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/6-what-are-protection-sites/Posted 15 March 2012 – 07:04 PM No need for protection sites in CMH. Protection sites are set up in markets where Clearwire doesn't have service in order to…

More reported 4G sites in Missouri:

Springfield (South), Joplin, Columbia, Jefferson City, St. Joseph, Kirksville, Cape Girardeau (limited), Caruthersville, Sikeston, Waynesville, Rolla, Concordia, Sedalia, Boonville, Fulton, Hannibal, Stewartsville, Union Star

One comment

  • Uncle Harley

    Hi J.D.,

    It’s been a long time since my last visit. I’m happy and intrigued to hear of your living “off the grid”. I hope Samantha is realizing all of her photography ambitions, although I’m sure that child care is quite time consuming. Congratulations on your adorable daughter!

    I pose the travel question below because my email address has undoubted ended up in lot’s of people’s junk mail filters. Please respond to my email address if you’re so inclined. I’ve come across a new travel interest of which you may have some familiarity: feral hog hunting (none in MN, unfortunately). Unfortunately, Missouri is out due to the fact that the Conservation Department discourages anyone from hunting specifically for feral hogs because hunters’ activities interfere with the Department’s efforts to eradicate feral hogs. Thus, it will not provide any information about known feral hog presence or location. Moreover, MO forbids night vision or laser equipment possessed with a gun/bow where wildlife can be taken. However, I was wondering, have you heard about any good hog hunting in Arkansas, Illinois or Indiana, all of which allow night vision?

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