Folks in the Great White North have reason to be excited today, especially if they’re a customer of the Rogers network. Canada’s largest wireless carrier has today announced the expansion of its new LTE network in the Greater Toronto area and surrounding Vancouver.
The service initially rolled out to Ottawa this summer, and then stretched to Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Today, residents of Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, and Markham can enjoy LTE speeds. As far as Vancouver is concerned, folks from West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Surrey, and Maple Ridge will also have access to Rogers’ 4G LTE service.
Rogers offers up a few different pieces of hardware to help you make the most of LTE, the most enticing of which would be the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE. You’ll also find the HTC Raider smartphone, the HTC Jetstream LTE tablet, along with a mobile hotspot and a WiFi stick.
Interested, eh? Check out Rogers’ dedicated LTE page for more information.