Since being the first to make insane mobile connection speeds available to Canadians with the Ottawa LTE rollout in 2011, the Rogers LTE network has been expanding. Today, that expansion continues to include even more Canadian cities. By the end of 2012, 60% of the Canadian population will be able to access the fastest mobile technology available.
While Rogers mobile customers in Toronto have been experiencing the unprecedented mobile speeds of the LTE network since July 2011, the rest of the Golden Horseshoe receives the same access today. Also included in the recent rollout: Sudbury, Kitchener Waterloo, Kingston and Barrie, ON; Victoria and Kelowna, BC; Edmonton AB; Sherbrooke and Trois-Rivieres, QC.
LTE brings with it a new way of thinking about our mobile connections. Imagine what would be possible if our smartphones, tablets and wirelessly connected laptops were able to access the internet at the same (perhaps even better) speeds we’re used to at home or in the office on a wired connection. The Rogers LTE network offers maximum theoretical network speeds of up to 150 Mbps; typical speeds range from 12 – 40 Mbps.
Put simply: if you thought Web 2.0 was something special, just wait for next generation when the ‘net goes fully mobile.
The Latest Rogers LTE Rollout List
The following cities will have Rogers LTE network access as of Oct 1st, 2012:
- Victoria, BC
- Sudbury, ON
- Saskatoon, SK
- Regina, SK
- St.Catharines/Niagara, ON
- Oshawa,Pickering,Ajax, ON
- Abbotsford, BC
- Kelowna, BC
- Windsor, ON
- Sherbrooke, QC
- Trois-Rivieres, QC
- Kingston, ON
- Edmonton, AB
- Quebec City, QC
- Hamilton,Oakville, Burlington, ON
- London, ON
- Kitchener,Waterloo,Cambridge, ON
- Barrie, ON
- Moncton, NB (Access as of August 24th, 2012)