Customers in Moncton now have additional access to the fastest wireless LTE technology in the world.

And by the looks of it, TELUS (TSX: T/NYSE: TU) intends to bring the technology to even more residents of New Brunswick in the next two weeks.

TELUS' Director of Sales, Ken Power discusses the merits of the new network: "With a 4G LTE device like Samsung Galaxy S III or Note II, our customers right here will have the fastest wireless internet at their fingertips, as fast as your home internet connection but on your smartphone, tablet or internet key."

He adds: "We are continuing to expand this new technology, community by community, so that by the end of the year many more Atlantic Canada residents are expected to have access. It's an ambitious undertaking."

TELUS says about $8.4 million has been invested to expand wireless networks in Atlantic Canada over the next three years.

Residents of St. John's, Newfoundland recently were hooked up to the 4G LTE network as were those in Halifax, a few months earlier.

To illustrate the LTE speed capability, TELUS says, downloading a 600 megabyte album of songs with a 4G LTE-capable device will take just 3.5 to 7 minutes and a 1.2GB HD movie from iTunes will take between 7 and 14 minutes.

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