Telus and Bell officially annouce 4G network plans

October 11th, 2008

Like Verizon, Telus and Bell have officially announced that they’re going to using HSPA for their 4G networks. They will be sharing 4G networks to save money. The big deal here is that when it’s done Rogers, Bell and Telus will all have compatible 4G networks. Notice I said 4G, I doubt Rogers 2G and 3G phones will work on Telus and Bell and vice versa.

http://about.telus.com/cgi-bin/media_news_viewer.cgi?news_id=956&mode=2

http://www.bce.ca/en/news/releases/bm/2008/10/10/74991.html

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