Rogers has announced it recently expanded wireless service in various parts of southern Vancouver Island, specifically in Nanaimo and the Greater Victoria area.
Below are specific areas which gained “more seamless LTE coverage on Vancouver Island to make calls, access the internet, as well as stream video and music:”
- Bear Mountain Golf Resort in Langford (turned on July 31)
- Homes/businesses west of the B.C. Legislature and Legislature itself (turned on June 16)
- Area between Highway 19 and the Old Island Highway in the south end of Nanaimo in the Harewood area (turned on June 22)
- Along Highway 17, between Sidney and Keating Cross heading to and from the B.C. Ferry Terminal and Victoria (turned on May 31)
- Saanichton and Saanichton Bay (turned on May 31)
“Our customers want wireless access wherever they are, whether it’s to keep in touch with friends and family, or do business on Vancouver Island,” said Perm Jawanda, Regional Vice-President, British Columbia, Rogers Communications, in a press release.
“That’s why we’re investing to make sure they have worry-free, reliable access to our great-performing network in more places. As communities across the province keep growing, we’re going to continue to improve service across British Columbia.”
Rogers also says it has turned on 700 MHz spectrum in these areas as well, allowing signals to extend further to harder to reach areas, such as basements, parkades, elevators and more.
Have you noticed coverage and speed improvements on Rogers and Fido lately in these areas?