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TELUS 4G LTE Network Launches in Charlottetown

TELUS continues to roll out its 4G LTE network across Canada and today it has announced the official launch in Charlottetown, with further expansion planned for PEI thoughout 2013.

“TELUS’ ongoing commitment to offer the best experience for our customers continues with today’s launch of our 4G LTE service in Charlottetown,” said Ken Power, director of sales, TELUS.

The TELUS 4G LTE network now covers almost 70 per cent of the Canadian population according to the company, and last Friday launched its LTE network in Salmon Arm.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1425257391 Brandon Pereira

    It may have 70% of areas covered with LTE, but that’s one or two bars in most places. (The lower the signal the faster your phones battery dies, so it’s a big deal)

  • jfmartel

    Pretty much what you say. Can you guys just have stronger signal in big cities? Not really normal to lose signal right in the middle of Quebec City.