TELUS has announced this morning its 4G LTE network has launched in Collingwood and Wasaga Beach, further expanding in Ontario.
“Just in time for summer, we’re pleased to bring our 4G LTE wireless network to customers in Collingwood and Wasaga Beach. Residents and vacationers in this region join more than 24 million other Canadians across the county who are currently enjoying our blazing fast network,” said Darryl Hutton, director of sales, TELUS.
Take a look at the coverage map below:
TELUS noted back in January Collingwood would get LTE expansion by the end of the year. The company says its 4G LTE networks now covers over 70 per cent of the Canadian population in roughly 170 markets.
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