Rogers Introduces LTE To 7 New Markets
Rogers is the latest Canadian company to broaden its horizons with the introduction of LTE. This week the carrier introduced LTE to 7 new markets, keeping the promise it made a fortnight ago.
By upgrading to Rogers LTE package, you will have access to their 2600MHz band, which secures you incredibly fast internet speeds on compatible devices — including the new Samsung Galaxy S4.
The new locations to receive the 4G LTE service include:
- Ottawa, including Kanata, Nepean, Gloucester, Stittsville and Cumberland
- Airdrie, Alberta
- Langley, B.C
- Keswick; Ontario
- Hamilton, including Grimsby in Ontario
- Orillia, Ontario
- Stratford, Ontario
The LTE service went global in May 2012 and has been a huge success since; sources expect over 2 million of Rogers current 9.2 million subscribers to upgrade to the new LTE service.
Rogers new LTE service promises users a snappier web browsing experience, in addition to providing users with a faster response time, resulting in a faster processing time — this is the time it takes to move data through a network.
If you’re in one of the locations where you have the ability to upgrade to the LTE network, phone up Rogers today to upgrade to one of their 4G plans — I promise, you won’t be disappointed!