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  1. TELUS’ 4G LTE Wireless Reaches Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay

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    TELUS has connected the communities of Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay, ON to its LTE wireless network. Faster uploads and downloads and speedier surfing with the super-fast 4G LTE service is now being enjoyed by more than 70 percent of the Canadian population across approximately 170 markets...
  2. Rogers LTE Wireless Services Spreading to 44 Additional Markets

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    Rogers LTE network will be introduced to 44 new markets across Canada this spring. This means by the end of 2013, 95 markets in Canada will be have access to Rogers blazing fast 2600 MHz LTE spectrum. Rogers said 34 of the 44 new LTE markets will be capable of maximum theoretical network...
  3. Mobilicity Upgrades 4G Network

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    Mobilicity has enhanced its wireless network to provide 4G speeds up to 21Mbps. The latest 4G upgrade means new premium data offers are available for heavy data users eager to try the faster network. Mobilicity President & COO Stewart Lyons is excited at the prospect: "Mobilicity has the most...
  4. Bell Expands 4G Network Coverage in Manitoba

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    The first phase of Bell Mobility's 4G broadband mobile network expansion in Manitoba has been completed. This means that 4G wireless data speeds up to 42 Megabits per second (Mbps) and average download speeds of 7 to 14 Mbps are now a reality. In addition, 50 retail locations are now open...
  5. Bell Mobility first to launch LTE Network in GTA

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    Bell Mobility today launched its next generation 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service in areas of Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph. The launch of the new network, which holds out the promise of faster download speeds, improved latency and increased...
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