LTE network coverage is now available in a total of four new BC regions, thanks to Canadian carrier Telus and its plan to reach 90% of the population of the said province through the rest of 2012. The list of covered regions now includes Kamloops, Prince George, Vernon, Armstrong, Enderby, Vancouver Island, Duncan, and Parksville, This move is part of a $7.3 million investment to further expand its network across Canada. Telus also plans to expand further up BC's north, and to certain areas in the Thompson Okanagan region.
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- 4G LTE network coverage is also available in the following locations: Grand Prairie, AB; Red Deer, AB; and Windsor, Ontario.
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TELUS expands LTE network further into B.C., including Kamloops, Prince George, Vernon and much of Vancouver Island
The carrier’s LTE network now works in the following regions, following a $7.3 million expansion:
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Telus Launches LTE Across A Vast Number Of Cities In Canada [FULL LIST]
Telus has announced the launch of its 4G LTE wireless network across a large number of cities across the country.
- TELUS expands LTE coverage in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario