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Mobilicity expanding network to new areas

22 Jun 2012

Canadian 3G mobile operator Mobilicity, which currently covers the cities of Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa with its HSPA-based network, has announced plans to widen its coverage. The firm said that it would begin expanding its footprint west of Toronto to Milton, Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton to meet growing demand for its on-net services based on unlimited talk, text and data packages. East of Toronto, Mobilicity plans to reach Pickering, Ajax, Whitby and Oshawa, while in regions surrounding Ottawa, it intends to cover Barrhaven, Orleans and Cumberland. In the greater Vancouver area, the cellco said it had earmarked White Rock, Pitt Meadows and the Richmond-Surrey corridor for coverage, as well as areas north and south of Edmonton. It did not give a timeframe for the expansion work.

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