Looks like Rogers is set to launch its LTE network in Charlottetown, PEI. Customers in the region have seen their LTE devices such as the iPhone 5 connect to the faster network, a sign an official launch is imminent:
@chriswtburke It went active late last week! Still seems to be some bugs to work out in some areas, but for the most part, it's good to go!
— Ryan Merry (@SoxMerry) September 12, 2013
Below is the Rogers coverage map which indicates where LTE is “coming soon”:
TELUS and Bell launched their LTE network in Charlottetown back in February of this year.
Just last week Rogers expanded its LTE network in Courtenay (and Comox) in BC; Lethbridge, Okotoks and Strathmore in Alberta; and Wolfville in Nova Scotia. Let us know if you’ve suddenly experienced LTE connectivity in your area.