AT&T Signs LTE Roaming Agreement with Rogers


AT&T has announced the launch of LTE roaming in Canada with Rogers Communications.  With this agreement, AT&T customers roaming in Canada can use their existing LTE device to surf the web, download apps, upload content and more on Rogers LTE network.

Rogers Announces LTE Roaming to Switzerland


Canada's Rogers Communications has signed a new agreement with Switzerland's Swisscom to deliver bilateral LTE roaming to customers of both mobile service providers. As of July 31st, Rogers and Swisscomm customers travelling with a 2600 MHz device can have LTE service while in Canada or Switzerland.

SK Telecom Expands LTE Roaming Services to Canada and Switzerland

SK Telecom

South Korea's operator SK Telecom has launched LTE international roaming services in Canada and Switzerland under partnerships with Canada’s Rogers and Swiss Swisscom.  

Rogers and Videotron to Build Shared LTE Network in Québec and Ottawa


Canadian telecom operators, Videotron and Rogers have announced to build out and operate a shared LTE wireless network in the province of Québec and the Ottawa region. Rogers already have LTE footprint across Canada, including Montreal, Ottawa and Québec City. 

Rogers to Expand LTE to 44 More Markets


Canada's Rogers Communications will introduce LTE in 44 markets this spring and intends to reach a total of 95 markets in 2013. Rogers will also be making its 2600 MHz LTE spectrum band available in all markets. Among the 44 LTE markets launching this spring will be Saint John, New Brunswick; Medicine Hat, Alberta; Sault Ste.

Rogers Opens LTE Network in 18 More Markets


Canada's Rogers Communications has launched LTE network in 18 additional markets, bringing the 4G service to roughly 60% of Canadians. Operator continues to introduce LTE to new markets across Canada and announced that it is first to launch LTE in Saskatoon and Regina, St.

Rogers Launches LTE Network in Moncton


Canada's Rogers Communications has launched LTE networki in Moncton, New Brunswick. Rogers has invested $20M in its wireless network in New Brunswick over the past two years. Operator also has expanded its LTE network in Atlantic Canada, adding to cities including Halifax and St. John’s earlier.

Rogers to Launch LTE in 28 More Cities in 2012


Canada's Rogers Communications is investing approximately $2.2 billion in wireless capital investments in 2011 and 2012, including close to $500 million to bring LTE to the majority of Canadians by the end of 2012. Operator has just completed one year of it's LTE launch.

Rogers selects Ericsson for LTE network upgrade

Rogers, one of Canada's leading communications companies, entrusted Ericsson to help the company upgrade its network equipment to LTEi and provide support to Rogers' engineering staff.

Rogers Extends LTE Network to Calgary and Halifax


Rogers Communications has launched LTE network in Calgary and Halifax, Canada. With this further expansion, Rogers brings LTE to nearly 12 million Canadians, says the company. Operator further plans to cover almost 60 per cent of the population by the end of the year.

Rogers to launch new LTE devices and price plans

Sierra Wireless AirCard 330U

Rogers plans to launch two new LTE devices to offer the faster speeds to its customers. In addition operator will offer more LTE plan options.  Operator will launch the Sierra Wireless AirCard 330U model of the LTE Rocket stick as well as the Sierra Wireless AirCard 763S LTE Rocket mobile hotspot soon. 

Rogers to expand LTE to more than 25 Canadian cities this year

Canada's wireless network operator, Rogers plans to expand to more than 25 additional cities this year.

Rogers expands LTE network in Canada

Canada's Rogers Communications is offering LTE services in more cities in the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding Vancouver. 

Rogers Activates Canada's first LTE smartphones

TORONTO, Oct. 27, 2011 /CNW/ - This week, Rogers Communications Inc. activated the first Long Term Evolution (LTE) smartphones in Canada.

Rogers expands LTE network in Canada

Rogers Communications has extended it's LTE service now in Canada's three largest cities Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.