I already sent an email to Sprint asking this, and he answered my question as if he didnt even read what I had actually asked. So I figure my fellow Androids would be able to chime in. After going from Sprint to Boost, Boost to T-Mobile, T-Mobile to Verizon, then back to Boost I finally have the phone I want, the price per month, and great service. But as you know the GS2 is a 4G CDMA phone. Does anyone know if Boost/ Sprint is still actively growing the 4G CDMA coverage area still? Or have them focused all that into LTE and left us people that are still using 3G out to dry? I asked this same question to Sprint and he thought I was asking about LTE's growing network. Basically Im just hoping that someday 4G CDMA will hit my area which is Napa, California. Ironically Metro has 4G LTE here, and just got the GS3 in stock. But as strange as it may sound after having the S3 for a brief time when I had Verizon I prefer the S2. I really hate that large physical home button. And since I rooted my S2 I installed a launcher that is a port of the S3's Touchwiz, so it feels like an S3 with the full capacitive buttons of the S2. I plan on staying with Boost for awhile and look forward to unlimited everything for $40/ month. I get terrible coverage with pretty much any carrier in my house, but when I was out I tested my 3G with my Boost S2 and was amazed that I pulled 1.6mb/s. Anyway any thought or input on this? Thanks Androids!!