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Rogers to expand its LTE network to Toronto this fall

Rogers Communications Inc. has announced the next phase of its commercial launch of its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, bringing the latest global wireless technology to Toronto on Sept. 28.


August 31, 2011  


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Rogers Communications Inc. has announced the next phase of its commercial launch of its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, bringing the latest global wireless technology to Toronto on Sept. 28.

Rogers was the first carrier to introduce LTE to Canadians with its Ottawa launch on July 7.

LTE is a next generation technology that will enable unparalleled connectivity, giving customers a mobile broadband experience similar to what they currently experience at home and at work, Rogers said in a release.

The company added it will deliver more usage capacity, which means more users can simultaneously access the network at top speeds without affecting overall network performance.

This year, Rogers will have LTE devices capable of maximum theoretical download speeds of up to 100 Mbps.