Looks like TELUS is starting up their 4G network, the next step towards LTE.
Canadians will enjoy even faster mobile internet access speeds this March with TELUS' launch of a new Dual Cell upgrade to HSPA+ (DC-HSPA+). This new network capability supports extremely fast manufacturer's rated peak download speeds of up to 42 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of up to 11 Mbps1. TELUS' HSPA+ network is now a fourth generation (4G) network according to current International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards2, and this latest innovation will ensure that TELUS continues to bring the latest in mobile technologies to Canadians.
The first device to take full advantage of this new Dual Cell capability will be the Sierra Wireless AirCard 319U 4G Internet Key, available to TELUS customers in March on Canada's fastest coast-to-coast mobile network3.