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Telus Launches LTE Across A Vast Number Of Cities In Canada [FULL LIST]

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Earlier this week, Rogers announced expansion of its LTE coverage across Canada and today, Telus has announced the launch of its 4G LTE wireless network across a large number of cities across the country.

Here’s the list:

  • British Columbia: 
    • Kamloops
    • Vernon
    • Armstrong
    • Enderby
    • Nanaimo
    • Duncan
    • Parksville
    • North Saanich
    • Metchosin
    • Colwood
    • Sydney
    • Mill Bay
    • Cobble Hill
    • Chemainus
    • Crofton
    • Ladysmith
    • Lantzville
    • Gabriola Island
    • Prince George
    • Vancouver Island (Parksville to Victoria)
  • Alberta:
    • Red Deer
  • Ontario:
    • Windsor

Telus has announced that it will bring LTE technology to nearly 90 per cent of the BC’s population by the end of 2012. Similarly, 80 per cent of Alberta residents are expected to have access by the end of this year.

Are you able to get LTE in the following list of cities? Don’t forget to share and compare your Speedtest.net results here.

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  • Francois

    Looks to me from the coverage map on the Telus website that it is a bit too early to declare that they have LTE in Vernon. I would have to drive a few minutes south of Vernon to get LTE. Hopefully they put it in soon.,

  • The headline is a little misleading. It looks more like they launched LTE “Across A Vast Number Of Cities” in British Columbia and two other random places.

  • Perhaps Telus should focus on getting their “existing” LTE network running properly. The coverage map on their site shows FULL LTE coverage in the GTA, from Burlington to Scarborough, and up North to Newmarket. I live and work in the downtown core and I lose LTE and revert to 3G ALL THE TIME. It’s terrible; specifically Little Italy, Queen and Parliament are areas in the core of the city where I never get LTE. False marketing!

  • Hiya_tiger

    Indeed, Telus didn’t even bother touching the GTA.

  • Wskigirl

    Has anyone else found that the LTE network causes a huge drain on their battery?! Received my new iPhone 5 last week and with minimal use was losing battery in less than 12 hours!! Turned the LTE off and have seen some improvement…still pretty crap battery life compared to my iPhone 4 tho!

  • f1ght3r

    still better than ROGERS

  • cUn1t

    Here is my awesome Telus 3G in PEI.

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