The Sprint Carrier From United States is denoted by codes: 310 120, 311 490. The followings IDs are called HNI (Home network identity). This code is created by the combination of two other Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC). The first three numbers stand for the MCC and they are used in order to identify the region which the carried comes from (in the following example it’s United States). The last numbers of the HNI code are equal with the MNC and this ID is given for the specific mobile network operator.
Besides Sprint United States has assigned country code + 1. This number + 1 is equal with international calling code and it’s simply the telephone dialing prefixes used for calling Sprint numbers.
Sprint uses 0 GSM bands, 0 UMTS bands, 5 and 2 CDMA bands.. You can read the specific frequency bands in the table below. All bands of the Sprint are display in MHz units.
Another important information in Sprint United States architectures is the standard of used protocols. It also uses 5 protocols such as GSM, UMTS, LTE, CDMA. The ISO standard code of Sprint is US. You can see more info about this mobile network operator at http://www.sprint.com. How to check Sprint coverage? How to check if your phone will work in United States?
|Country code||+ 1|
|Carrier codes|| |
|Mobile prefix||2xx, 3xx, 4xx, 5xx, 6xx, 7xx, 8xx, 9xx|
|Mobile prefix comment||Mobile number format: +1 NXX-NXX-XXXX, N=digits 2–9, X=digits 0–9. The first 3 digits, NXX, is geographic area code.|
|Size of NSN||10|
|Number format|| |
+1 2xx xxx xxxx
+1 3xx xxx xxxx
+1 4xx xxx xxxx
+1 5xx xxx xxxx
+1 6xx xxx xxxx
+1 7xx xxx xxxx
+1 8xx xxx xxxx
+1 9xx xxx xxxxmore...
|Coverage map||Check Sprint Coverage|
|Subscribers||54 000 000 (October 2017)|
|LTE bands|| |
|LTE protocols|| |
|CDMA bands|| |
|CDMA protocols|| |