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  1. Rogers, Fido and Chatr Wireless
    Rogers Communications Inc. announced today its Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service is now live Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The company had previously launched its LTE network launched in Ottawa on July 7th. The company says that 5.5 million of Canada’s 33 million people now...
  2. Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    Bell Mobility today announced the launch of the 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 Turbo Stick, also known as the Ovation MC 679 USB modem. The company says the new device will provide customers in LTE coverage areas with typical download speeds which range from 12 to 25 Mbps. Compatible with both...
  3. Industry News
    Bell Mobility today announced the launch of the 4G LTE Novatel Wireless U679 Turbo Stick, also known as the Ovation MC 679 USB modem. The company says the new device will provide customers in LTE coverage areas with typical download speeds which range from 12 to 25 Mbps. Currently, Bell...
  4. Industry News
    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...
  5. Sasktel
    The company says the first phase of deployment will start in the fall of next year in Regina and Saskatoon and surrounding areas. Other urban and rural areas will be deployed starting in 2013 based on the demand for incremental data services.
  6. Industry News
    SaskTel announced last week that it had it has begun work on Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology planning, infrastructure development and internal system work with a goal of starting deployment in 2012. The company says the first phase of deployment will start in the fall of next year in...
  7. Industry News
    Rogers Communications Inc. has announced that its commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network in Toronto is coming to Toronto on September 28th. Toronto will Rogers second LTE market. Vancouver and Montreal are expected to come on board later this fall. The future promise of LTE...
  8. Industry News
    Rogers Communications Inc. this week announce that its commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network in Ottawa was now operational. Once again, the company also announced that LTE would rollout to Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal later this fall. The benefits of LTE for Rogers are...
  9. Industry News
    Rogers Communications Inc. said today it will launch its commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Ottawa this year. The launch comes after Rogers and its technology partner, Ericsson Canada, successfully conducted technical trials in Ottawa last...
  10. Rogers, Fido and Chatr Wireless
    Rogers Communications Inc. said today it will launch its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in 2011. Rogers will launch commercial LTE network services in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Ottawa in 2011 with the top 25 markets across Canada coming online in 2012. Rogers customers will...
  11. Industry News
    Rogers Wireless this week announced that it has begun a technical trial of Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless technology in Ottawa. If the trial is successful, Rogers hopes LTE will be its next generation of wireless technology used on its wireless network. In the U.S., Verizon has announced it...
  12. Rogers, Fido and Chatr Wireless
    “We have no plans to move to LTE any time soon,” said Mohamed.
  13. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    I've heard rumors that LTE is the next best thing, and that current CDMA carriers like Bell, Telus, SaskTel will be transitioning to LTE in "the future". Anyone know what sort of timeframe "the future" is? Can we place much stock in these rumors? Is WiMAX pretty much a no-go here in Canada...
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