If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, check out Ericsson’s site for some in depth information about LTE. They’ve got FAQs, key facts, background info, photos, videos and more.
And if you missed the celebration, here’s some great blog posts from earlier this week to help you get caught up:
- Mobile Syrup wrote a post outlining the new cities added to the list including Cambridge and Abbotsfort – two places previously rumoured to be get LTE.
- Engadget also wrote about the first birthday of Rogers LTE and called it a “delight to our friends in the North.” Generally people were pretty excited about the new cities being rolled out.
- You can read additional coverage of in iPhone in Canada, The Telecom Blog, TechVibes and TalkAndroid.
We also celebrated the one year anniversary of our LTE network with our LTE Anniversary Contest, where we asked you to tell us how LTE has transformed your digital lives. With over 100 entries received, it was a tough decision, but our five winners of various LTE devices were selected on Monday! Check out their winning entries here. Congrats again to all our winners and thank you again for sharing your stories!
As you can see, we’re pretty enthusiastic about LTE! We’ve been working hard to meet the growing demand from our consumers for more speed, and according to a recent study done by the CRTC, Canada’s average advertised speed is significantly higher than that of the U.K., U.S., Australia, France and Japan due to investments in 4G LTE mobile internet access services. To read some of the highlights of the CRTC report, check out our recent blog post here.
For more on LTE in your area and some of the latest Rogers devices available, visit http://rogers.com/lte. For a complete list of cities where LTE is already live, PLUS the 28 cities announced for the end of 2012, visit our most recent Redboard post here.
Connected Magazine also has an online section dedicated to LTE, including helpful articles for beginners explaining what LTE is, and selecting the right device for you.
So you tell us readers, what do you want to see next for LTE?
Kelly is a regular contributor to RedBoard