Rogers has made numerous announcements today related to wireless improvements across B.C., Alberta and Ontario.
The company says it has improved wireless service in Medicine Hat in Alberta, to offer “a faster, more reliable and consistent wireless experience than ever before.” Also, on July 5, Rogers officially acquired the city’s radio station CJCY-FM (102.1 CJCY Classic Hits).
For Saskatchewan, the community of Harbour Landing in the City of Regina gains improved wireless service, benefiting both business and residential customers.
For wireless users in Ontario, improvements were made in Brampton, in the Lundy Village area, and along the route between Mount Pleasant and Brampton Downtown Station in the GTA.
Other wireless improvements in Ontario include the community of Port Dover.
In British Columbia, Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island now has improved wireless service. “Our customers want high quality wireless access wherever they are, whether it’s working on the go, staying connected while strolling down the beach along Salish Sea, or even just using their device in their own backyard,” said Rick Sellers, President, British Columbia at Rogers Communications, in a statement.