In the next phase of its commercial launch, Rogers Communications will bring its long-term evolution (LTE) network to Toronto Sept. 28. Rogers launched its LTE network in Ottawa in July.
 
Rogers continues to roll out its LTE product line this fall, including: the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE Smartphone; the LTE Rocket mobile hotspot (Sierra Wireless AirCard 754S); Rogers LTE Rocket stick (now available in Ottawa); LTE Tablet from a leading manufacturer; and the previously announced HTC Smartphone.

Today, Rogers LTE devices are capable of downloading up to 75 Mbps and Ottawa LTE customers are experiencing typical download speeds ranging from 12 Mbps to 25 Mbps. As device selection evolves, maximum theoretical download speeds on the Rogers network will increase to up to 150 Mbps.

Rogers LTE will expand to Montreal and Vancouver this fall.

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