Rogers First to Launch LTE in Moncton

Rogers has finally launched the first LTE network in New Brunswick, bringing the world’s fastest mobile network to Moncton.

The “Hub City” joins Halifax and St. John’s in acquiring LTE services in Atlantic Canada. In addition to New Brunswick, Rogers continues to offer the only LTE network in Newfoundland.

Ken Marshall, Rogers Regional President for Atlantic Canada said: “New Brunswick is a priority for Rogers, as is all of Atlantic Canada, and we have invested $20M in our wireless network in New Brunswick over the past two years.”

Marshall also noted that Moncton was recently named the best place in Canada to do business by KPMG in its Competitive Alternatives 2012 study.

Rogers will expand its LTE network to several new cities from coast to coast eventually covering about 60 percent of the Canadian population by the end of 2012.

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One Response to “Rogers First to Launch LTE in Moncton”
  1. Winter says:

    Now if Rogers can upgrade the cable system to have the channels Ontario have, so we can all be happy.