TELUS today announced that its HSPA+ dual cell wireless network has been extended to cover portions of Atlantic Canada. Among the cities to benefit from the improved performance are Moncton, New Brunswick; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Halifax, Nova Scotia; St. John’s, Newfoundland as well as others.
“We are investing hundreds of millions of dollars year after year to bring the most advanced network technologies to our customers across Canada,” said Brent Johnston, vice-president of mobility solutions at TELUS. “Our investment this year will enable Atlantic Canada consumers and businesses to enjoy TELUS’ latest and greatest devices, such as the new Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet, on Canada’s fastest coast-to-coast 4G network, with exceptional speeds and reliability.”
TELUS’ HSPA+ dual cell network offers peak Internet download speeds of up to 42Mbps with average speeds falling in the 7 to 14Mbps range.