Telus continues to broadcast its commitment to expand its 4G LTE network across Canada. Manitoba is the latest province the company will spend $7 million in to build the infrastructure for their 4G LTE network.
“TELUS’ $7 million investment will enhance our world-class wireless network for Manitobans living and working in the province,” said Michael Sangster, TELUS vice-president. “TELUS is committed to making investments in infrastructure and technology to better serve our customers and communities. We are deeply grateful for the hard work and outstanding commitment of our nearly 100 team members and retirees and for the support of our customers.”
Other recent Telus announcements for 4G LTE expansion plans included investments in Ontario ($650M), Quebec ($840) and BC.
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