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Xplornet’s 25Mbps LTE broadband reaches Alberta

3 Jun 2015

Xplornet Communications, Canada’s leading rural high speed internet specialist, has launched its new 25Mbps LTE-based fixed-wireless broadband service in the province of Alberta, it announced on its website. Xplornet says it will continue to roll out upgraded speeds to other rural communities across Canada, aiming to make 25Mbps internet available nationwide by 2017. Last month Xplornet – which operates hybrid WiMAX/satellite and TD-LTE broadband platforms – acquired 42 blocks of 2500MHz spectrum in rural areas across Canada in Industry Canada’s 4G spectrum auction. As previously reported by CommsUpdate, Xplornet paid CAD25.43 million (USD20.37 million) for its new 4G licences in Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.

Canada, Xplore (formerly Xplornet)

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