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According to a recent release from Sasktel, they aren't just expanding their current 21Mbps network, but also working to launch a 42Mbps 4G network in Regina and Saskatoon this summer. No word yet on which devices might be available offering support for that speed, but it will likely start with a mobile internet stick.

Along with that announcement, Sasktel stated that by the end of 2011, their coverage will be available to 98% of Saskatchewan's population. It is already at 96%, according to the carrier.

It's certainly nice to see network upgrades and announcements, but one can't help but wonder their status regarding LTE deployment. With Bell and Rogers racing to launch their true 4G networks in a few major cities, we can only assume that's the future.


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Bell has followed in the footsteps of Telus and Sasktel, launching their HSPA+ network in Saskatchewan. The new network, created in partnership with Sasktel, covers many communities across Saskatchewan, including Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, and more. Customers are now able to choose from Bell's full mobile device line-up and get access to significantly faster data speeds.

Bell has also expanded coverage in northern Quebec in communities including Ville Marie, Temiscaming, Val d'Or, and more.


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Telus has officially launched their HSPA+ network in Saskatchewan, so users in 10 communities across the province can now choose from the multitude of HSPA handsets available elsewhere in the country. Along with the launch, Telus is offering a 30 Day Risk Free promo, where Saskatchewan residents who activate an HSPA handset before November 9th can cancel within 30 days without a cancellation fee.

The following areas should have HSPA+ coverage from Telus effective immediately: Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Lloydminster, Yorkton. Weyburn and Estevan.


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Rogers announced today that they have expanded HSPA+ coverage to Regina and Saskatoon, with a full roll-out reaching Winnipeg slated for later this year. Rogers' HSPA+ network provides download speeds of up to 21mbps on mobile internet devices such as rocket sticks or compatible air cards, creating a "broadband-like experience".

http://redboard.rogers.com/2010/rogers-network-update-hspa-rollout-continues-across-canada/


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Today, Rogers is officially launching its new 3G network in Canada. Rogers will offer its Vision service, video telephony, in 22 cities in Canada. This means that Rogers will cover with its network of the third generation 60% of Canada. "This major expansion solidifies Rogers' position as Canada's fastest and most advanced wireless network," said John Boynton, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. "Rogers Vision is a quantum leap forward in wireless communications and has revolutionized the way customers access information and entertainment on-the-go both at home and abroad." No reduction in mobile data packages are scheduled from Rogers, but the fact that the third generation could come to be available from Rogers is a major point for Canada. Finally, remember that the service of Video Vision is available only in Canada at the moment, because no American operator, according to Rogers, offers this service at this time. The cities that will now be covered by HSDPA Rogers are: Greater Vancouver, Kelowna, Victoria, Whistler, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Ottawa/Gatineau, Kingston, Sudbury, Barrie, London, Kitchener/Waterloo, Guelph, Windsor, Greater Montreal, Quebec City, Chicoutimi and Trois-Rivi?res. Rogers Vision is already available in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton/St. Catharines, Burlington/Oakville.


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