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 speeds of up to 150 Mbps to enhance performance while using a 2600-enabled devices.

John Boynton, Rogers Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, elaborates: "Today, Canadians are more connected than ever and are using their wireless devices in a number of ways - for live streaming HD programming, downloading large files, streaming YouTube clips and music, or enjoying the latest game from their app store of choice. The power of the network is critical to enabling these digital experiences, and with Rogers LTE, Canadians are getting more use out of their devices, at the fastest speeds available."

Among the 44 LTE markets launching this spring will be Saint John, New Brunswick; Medicine Hat, Alberta; Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; Guelph, Ontario; Muskoka, Ontario; Collingwood, Ontario; and multiple cities in Quebec.

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