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Telus launching DC-HSPA+ in March

9 Feb 2011

Canadian cellco Telus has revealed that it will launch a network upgrade enabling theoretical maximum mobile data speeds of 42Mbps (download) and 11Mbps (upload) via Dual Carrier (DC)-HSPA+ technology in selected areas across the country this March. Initial coverage zones will include the greater Toronto area, Vancouver and its environs, Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Whistler and Camrose (Telus’ DC-HSPA+ testing site). Early adopters of the 42Mbps network will require a Sierra Wireless AirCard 319U ‘key’ laptop modem.

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