Rogers Enhances Wireless Service in Alberta, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia

Rogers has announced wireless service enhancements today in various parts of Canada. Check out the changes below for Rogers and Fido wireless customers:


  • 4 locations: Belgravia in Edmonton, Strathcona Athletic Park, as well as several areas in Lethbridge including Willowbrook and Fleetwood


  • Gatineau, Boischatel, Québec City, Montréal, St-Eustache, Blainville and Terrebonne

Nova Scotia

  • Joseph Howe Drive in Halifax, Damascus Road in Bedford and on Highway 101 between Annapolis and Bridgetown

New Brunswick

  • downtown Moncton, on Highway 2 off Elmwood Drive, as well as on Highway 2 between Hanwell and Mazerolle Settlement, just outside of Fredericton

“Our customers want high quality wireless access wherever they are, whether it’s working on the go downtown, travelling on the highway, meeting friends at local restaurants, or even just using their device in their own backyard,” said Troy Harnish, Interim President of Atlantic, Rogers Communications, in a statement.

Rogers reiterated it is working with Ericsson to bring 5G upgrades to its existing 4.5G network, with live testing already completed.

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