SSI Micro improves LTE services via Rogers spectrum tie-up

13 Dec 2018

SSi Micro, a Canadian far-northern wireless broadband operator which trades under the SSi Mobile and QINIQ brands, has teamed up with national cellular giant Rogers Communications to deliver enhanced services to customers in northern Canada, including in Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon. SSi has received a spectrum sub-licence from Rogers to create a larger block of radio frequency within the 1900MHz range, which it says has provided an immediate performance enhancement across the SSi Mobile and QINIQ local networks, giving users faster LTE-based internet/data access speeds on fixed internet and mobile devices, plus ‘substantially increased capacity and wider coverage’.

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