Rogers LTE Max Network Expands in AB, ON, QC, NB


Rogers has noted their LTE Max network which uses 2100 MHz and 2600 MHz band to deliver faster speeds has expanded to locations in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick:

  • Brooks, Cochrane and Canmore, Alta.
  • Sydney, N.S.
  • Muskoka, Ont.
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ont
  • Moncton, N.B., area.

The iPhone 5 does not run on these bands but Android devices such as the Galaxy S4 and HTC One do, and BlackBerry Z10/Q10. As for the ‘regular’ LTE network which supports the iPhone 5, Rogers informs us the following locations have gone live:

  • Saint-Georges, Que.
  • Bathurst, N.B.

If you’re in the latter two areas, let us know how those LTE speeds are!


  • bretm5

    Wow still no Winnipeg !!!

  • LoWd0Wn

    What does that mean for the iPhone 5 going forward with LTE Max not available for it. I read that LTE Max has faster speeds.

    Since I went on LTE with my iPhone 5 it has great speeds except for my house. I have to be in only 2 spots to get reception unlike 3G where it worked everywhere in my home. But other than that LTE is fast when you get it.

    Anyone know about this for LTE MAX and the iPhone 5

  • fredf

    Hey, still no Toronto! I live at Bathurst and Bloor and work at Spadina and Bloor. I’m getting LTE maybe 30% of the time. As far as I’m concerned, Rogers is basically 3G here.

  • draz

    Yup LTE sucks in my house. My iPhone drains its battery switching from 3G to LTE. I just keep LTE off when in at home.

  • Shane

    Rogers LTE service sucks in Toronto let alone Ontario. Forget LTE, I cannot get a continuous working cell signal in Toronto let alone Ontario. Forget LTE, I cannot get a con the GO train going home along the main Lakeshore route. It goes from LTE at Union to 3G, then to Edge and finally No Service. Leave it to Rogers to ensure there are dead spots in their coverage areas. Should they not employ someone to actually test their coverage, but I guess that would require foresight and planning.