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:
Vancouver Island (Parksville to Victoria)
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.
Major telcos continue to offer wildfire relief for affected customers in Nova Scotia. Yesterday, Rogers and Fido said it would waive overages for customers in Nova Scotia. On late Monday, Telus and Koodo announced it would also give 50GB of extra data to postpaid wireless customers affected by the wildfires. Telus said it has committed...
Telus-owned Public Mobile has launched a new ‘unlimited’ 50GB promo plan at 5G speeds. The revamped company is currently offering its $65/month 5G plan with 25GB, but with a 25GB data bonus. 5G speeds are at up to 250 Mbps on Public Mobile, which runs on the Telus network. After your 50GB is exhausted, speeds...
Rogers has announced that they will waive long-distance, SMS, and data overage charges for postpaid Rogers and Fido wireless customers in Nova Scotia, to help with current wildfire relief efforts. This measure, which comes into effect immediately, will last until June 15. "Our hearts go out to those impacted by devastating wildfires in Nova Scotia,”...