It’s officially live. Rogers LTE (Long Term Evolution) has spread itself across Canada. The official press release has not been sent out but looking at their dedicated LTE site says that LTE speeds are “now available in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa” – which reaches 5.5 million Canadians. For now, the only device that’s available is the Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U. According to Rogers LTE will be capable of hitting download speeds of 100 Mbps but “typical download speeds ranging from 12 Mbps to 25 Mbps”. Below is the current and future LTE coverage map for each location.
Update: Here are some results of Rogers LTE network in Toronto, vai Speedtest.net: