During a Kansas City Royals game last year, Sprint’s chief operating officer for technology Günther Ottendorfer demonstrated faster network speeds for its Kansas City area customers.
During a Kansas City Royals game last year, Sprint’s chief operating officer for technology Günther Ottendorfer demonstrated faster network speeds for its Kansas City area customers. File photo by Mark Davis mdavis@kcstar.com
During a Kansas City Royals game last year, Sprint’s chief operating officer for technology Günther Ottendorfer demonstrated faster network speeds for its Kansas City area customers. File photo by Mark Davis mdavis@kcstar.com

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