We're sure it's just coincidence, but on the same day a certain new LTE phone was revealed, Rogers announced the expansion of its 4G network in Canada . By October 1st, the carrier will have switched on its high-speed network in Kingston , Edmonton , Quebec City, Oakville , Burlington , London , Kitchener , Waterloo , Cambridge and Barrie . That's not quite the end of it either, as the plan is to feed 60 percent of the country's inhabitants the same 4G nourishment by the end of the year, and even more in 2013. With so many new LTE-capable devices soon finding their way into the hands of data-hungry Canadians, all that remains is the important decision of choosing your latest pocket-filler.
Rogers boosting its LTE coverage in Canada, will cover 10 new cities by October 1st
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