Bell Mobility yesterday announced that it will launch its 4G (HSPA) wireless broadband network to Saskatchewan customers next week. More than 98% of Saskatchewan’s population will be covered by the network offering download speeds up to 21Mbps (typical speeds between 7 and 14Mbps).
“Bell Mobility is enhancing competition in the Saskatchewan wireless marketplace and greatly expanding choice in mobile services for consumer and business customers,” said Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility and Bell Residential Services, and Bell’s Chief Brand Officer. “With extensive high-speed mobile Internet coverage, leading services like Bell Mobile TV, and exclusive superphones and other mobile Internet solutions, we’re offering Saskatchewan customers the best devices on the best network.”
Bell Mobility will offer its catalogue of 4G devices at Bell authorized dealers and The Source locations as well as two new Bell stores currently completing construction (the Midtown Plaza in Saskatoon and the Southland Shopping Centre in Regina).