TELUS Launches 4G LTE Network in the Niagara Region

TELUS has announced the launch of their 4G LTE network in the Niagara region, part of a three year $650 million investment in Ontario to further extend networks:

“TELUS is committed to offering the best customer experience and launching our 4G LTE service in the Niagara region is an excellent example of how we’re doing that,” said Darryl Hutton, director of sales, TELUS. “With a 4G LTE device, our customers can enjoy the fastest wireless technology available in the world today – we are continuing to expand this new technology, community by community, so that by the end of the year many more Ontario residents are expected to have access. It’s an ambitious undertaking.”

TELUS says its 4G LTE network now cover more than 65 percent of the Canadian population. Other Ontario regions including Sudbury will soon see 4G LTE coming their way. Other launches in Ontario recently included Brantford, Leamington, Oshawa and Whitby. Let us know how those LTE speeds are in the comments.

 

 

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  • JH

    I wish Bell and Telus would fill in the huge holes in their current markets before announcing all these little expansions which probably have even more holes in the LTE service. Check the Telus forum on HoFo for a discussion on Telus/Bell’s horrible LTE service.

  • and here in Manitoba, we wait and we wait and we wait and we wait and…

  • J

    I dont have LTE still and im in the Niagara Region. ..