Shaw’s Freedom Mobile has announced the expansion of its LTE network to eight more cities in B.C. and Alberta. The company added specific launch dates of August 28 on its expansion map yesterday and made it official this morning.
Today’s launch brings Freedom Mobile to Lethbridge, Alberta, joining Kamloops, Vernon, Prince Rupert, Penticton, Courtenay, Comox, and Campbell River in B.C.
Canada’s most affordable unlimited data plans are now available in eight more cities! @MarkBoogieman and @Hyggen joined Dean Price, VP and GM, Corporate Retail West for Freedom Mobile to officially open our newest retail location at @ParkPlaceWired.https://t.co/3d7zrb6yDs pic.twitter.com/fSfuFh3mhd
— Freedom Mobile (@FreedomMobile) August 28, 2019
“We are excited to invite the residents of Lethbridge, Kamloops, Vernon, Prince Rupert, Penticton, Courtenay, Comox, and Campbell River to join Freedom Mobile and experience our fast LTE network on the fair and affordable data plans that are disrupting the Canadian wireless market,” said Paul McAleese, President, Wireless, Shaw Communications.
Like with other Freedom Mobile launch markets, a promotion is offering $15/month off for six months on Big Gig Unlimited + Talk plans, meaning you can get a $60/10GB plan for $45 per month.
“Freedom Mobile’s expansion in 2019 means more than 1.3 million more Canadians in B.C., Alberta, and Ontario can experience affordable pricing and abundance of data,” explains the company.
Freedom Mobile says their footprint now reachers 17 million Canadians, or nearly half of the country’s population.