Rogers launches HSDPA network in Golden Horseshoe area

Thursday 2 November 2006 | 18:30 CET | News
Rogers Wireless has unveiled its HSDPA network, its next generation voice and data network, in the Golden Horseshoe area, Canada. Customers within the HSDPA network coverage area will be able to experience wireless internet access at broadband speeds. Access to the Rogers' HSDPA service is through the Sierra Wireless AirCard 860. The HSDPA network will be rolled out to the top Canadian markets throughout 2007 and will include the introduction of HSDPA-enabled phones and new applications as well as improved customer experiences on current applications by Rogers Wireless.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Rogers Wireless
Countries: Canada
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