TELUS Canada rolls out 4G LTE network service

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For our Canadian readers, you’ll be glad to know that you’ll soon be experiencing the full capabilities of TELUS’ 4G LTE network service in the coming days. The Canadian mobile carrier has just rolled out is 4G wireless service initially to some areas in Canada including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, and the Greater Toronto Area covering Kitchener, Waterloo, Hamilton, Guelph, Belleville, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax and Yellowknife. According to TELUS more areas will be covered in the coming days as they target to reach more than 25 million Canadians by end of this year. For those who want to experience TELUS 4G network service, the company is making several LTE-enabled devices available such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.8 LTE, LG Optimus LTE smartphone or Novatel Wireless Ovation MC679 LTE Mobile Internet Key. These devices will be available from TELUS on Feb 10. Come February, the Samsung Galaxy Note will also be released.  Aside from these devices, the 4G LTE network service will also come in handy with the Optik TV on the go  has just rolled out.

Via [Telus]

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