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Telus extends DC-HSPA+ network across Atlantic Canada

16 Sep 2011

Canadian quadruple-play operator Telus has announced an upgrade of its wireless network in the Atlantic provinces to dual carrier (DC) HSPA+ standard, raising national DC-HSPA+ coverage to 70% of the population. Faster mobile data speeds of up to 42Mbps (theoretical download) are now available in locations including Moncton, New Brunswick; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Halifax, Nova Scotia; St. John’s and Newfoundland. Average peak speeds are expected to be in the range 7Mbps-14Mbps.

Canada, Telus Mobility (old)

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