TELUS has introduced the fastest wireless technology in the world to a receptive audience in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Starting March 12, Saint John customers will be enjoying dramatically faster downloads when surfing the web, reading emails or getting the latest tunes online.

TELUS' said its 4G LTE service now covers nearly 70 percent of the Canadian population, after recent launches in St. John's, Moncton, Charlottetown and Halifax.

Ken Power, director of sales at TELUS said: "Whether it's on our latest smartphone like the BlackBerry Z10, a tablet or wireless Internet key, more than 24 million Canadian customers in communities like Saint John are now covered by our blazing fast 4G LTE wireless network. For the best possible wireless experience we've also recently launched our TELUS Network Experience app which gives our customers an easy way to report any network issues while on-the-go right from their mobile device."

TELUS reports that its 4G LTE network supports manufacturers' rated peak download speeds of up to 75 megabits per second (Mbps), with an expected average of 12 to 25 Mbps.

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