June 21, 2012 8:13 am
Mobilicity currently operates in the core of Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Vancouver and recently announced an initiative to bump up their network speed to “4G” 21Mbps – this is expected to happen sometime “later this year.” Today they also declared some major expansion plans to their current coverage map, specifically targeting those in Southern Ontario, Vancouver and Edmonton. There’s no date of when the coverage will go live as it’s part of their “future plans to widen its unlimited network,” however, those located in the following areas can expect to see Mobilicity coverage soon:
Vancouver: White Rock, Pitt Meadows and the Richmond-Surrey commuter corridors
Edmonton: Expanding St. Albert to the north and southward to the airport
Ontario: Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Barrhaven, Orléans and Cumberland.
Mobilicity has “well above 200,000” subscribers and has plans that range from $25/month to $55/month and recently declared that data accounts for almost 90% of their network traffic.