Telus nearing 80% LTE coverage

31 Oct 2013

Canada’s Telus has expanded 4G LTE mobile broadband services to new markets this week including Orillia in Ontario and Labrador City in Newfoundland, and it announced that its LTE network now reaches more than 27 million Canadians, or nearly 80% of the country’s population. TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database notes that the coverage figure is up from 24.7 million inhabitants covered in June this year. Darryl Hutton, director of sales, said: ‘We continue to invest in expanding and improving our network service, community by community across Ontario.’

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