Rogers LTE Network Launches Today in Calgary and Halifax, Edmonton Coming Soon [MAPS]

Rogers has announced today the launch of their LTE network in two more cities: Calgary and Halifax, as noted on their Redboard:

Our LTE network is available in select Canadian cities and now reaches close to 12 million or one third of the Canadian population. It will expand to nearly 60 per cent of Canadians by the end of the year. The Calgary and Halifax launch today follows the recent launch of LTE in St. John’s in the east and in the coming months we’ll be bringing LTE to Edmonton.

With LTE now live in Calgary and Halifax, those customers will be able to take advantage of the new iPad’s LTE networking, and also other LTE devices. For those in Edmonton, expect LTE to launch in the ‘coming months’ according to above.

Here are the maps of LTE coverage for Halifax:

…and Calgary:

Let us know if you’re excited for LTE to come to your area!

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  • Winnipegger

    How does Halifax get LTE before Winnipeg?

  • crosseyed_mofo

    well, newfoundland got LTE before halifax so I wouldnt be taking it personally

  • Lyndon420

    Because Winnipeg (actually all of Manitoba) sucks when it comes to new tech. Maybe it has a lot to do with the fact that Manitoba when viewed on a map looks like a toilet. I lived there most of my life, and I’m regretting not moving to Alberta sooner.