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Telus, Bell expand LTE networks, including Saskatchewan

12 Apr 2013

Saskatchewan residents now have a choice of three LTE mobile broadband providers, following the launch this week of 4G coverage in the province by Telus and Bell, who will compete with SaskTel. Regina and Saskatoon are the first cities in the province to get LTE services from Bell and Telus, who share certain infrastructure in their high speed mobile service rollouts. Telus claims to currently cover 24 million Canadians and around 170 markets, or over 70% of the population, with LTE, while it has also recently revealed regional launches in locations including North Bay, Ontario and Summerside, Prince Edward Island. Bell claims a similar level of LTE coverage, ‘more than 23 million Canadians’.

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