TELUS expands LTE network further into B.C., including Kamloops, Prince George, Vernon and much of Vancouver Island

TELUS announced today it has turned on LTE in four new British Columbia regions, with intentions of reaching 90% of the province’s population with the ultra-fast network by year’s end.

The carrier’s LTE network now works in the following regions, following a $7.3 million expansion:

– Kamloops
– Prince George
– Vernon, Armstrong, Enderby
– Vancouver Island, including Nanaimo, Duncan, Parksville, North Saanich, Metchosin, Colwood, Sydney, Mill Bay, Cobble Hill, Chemainus, Crofton, Ladysmith, Lantzville and Gabriola Island.

The company promises expansion to B.C.’s north, as well as smaller communities in the Thompson Okanagan region, soon.

TELUS also announced it has turned on its LTE network in Windsor, Ontario; Red Deer, AB; and Grand Prairie, AB. The company hopes to have 80% of Albertans covered in LTE by the end of the year.

Source: TELUS