Ohio Customers Can Do More with Wireless as They Gear Up for Pivotal Presidential Primary Significant Network Enhancements Are Part of Renewed Commitment to Nextel National Network OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2008--Sprint (NYSE:S) wireless customers in Ohio who instantly want to communicate during the state's March 4 presidential primary should experience even better wireless service as a result of Sprint's local network enhancements. Sprint added 82 wireless cell sites during 2007 and has continued to increase capacity in the new year. "Sprint networks are operating at best-ever levels and our Ohio customers are reaping the rewards with crisper calls and top-notch coverage," said Kevin Gleason, area vice-president for Ohio. "Customer satisfaction is our No. 1 goal this year and we're committed to that goal through continued network enhancements." The following list outlines some local areas benefiting from increased coverage: New Nationwide Sprint Network cell sites: Willoughby, along Euclid Avenue Cleveland, near interstates 90 and 71 Wooster, along U.S. 30 and Ohio 3 Licking County along Interstate 70 near Gratiot Cincinnati, intersection of interstates 275 and 71 North Lewisburg, along Ohio 559, Ohio 245/275 and surrounding areas Columbus, Upper Arlington and west campus areas Columbus, Ohio 40 near Westland shopping center New Nextel National Network cell sites: Mayfield Heights (Cuyahoga County), along Mayfield Road Munroe Falls (Summit County), along Howe Road Butler (Richland County), along Ohio 97 Lisbon (Columbiana County), along Churchill Road East Palestine (Columbiana County), along Padgett Drive Hanoverton (Columbiana County), along Stroup Road Nationally during 2007, Sprint added more than 4,000 cell sites to the Nationwide Sprint Network and Nextel National Network. Both networks are currently performing at their best-ever levels, which means fewer blocked or dropped calls, translating to better connections for customers.