Perfect ten: figures shaping up to fit Rogers’ Long Term model curve

18 Sep 2012

Canada’s Rogers Communications has announced that it is launching 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband services in ten additional cities, as it drives towards an end of year target of 60% 4G population coverage. The new locations are: Barrie, Burlington, Cambridge, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Oakville and Waterloo (all in Ontario province), Edmonton (Alberta) and Quebec City. The expansion adds to Rogers’ existing LTE coverage of approximately 40% of the population including areas in and around Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, St. Johns, Moncton, Calgary and Vancouver.

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