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Staying connected in ways you’ve only imagined is the future of wireless, now coming to life via the Rogers LTE network. With top speeds that go far beyond 3G and 4G HSPA+, LTE is the fastest wireless network technology on the planet. And it’s now available to you from Rogers, along with a large selection of LTE-capable devices – from smartphones to tablets to Rocket™ sticks and mobile hotspots. The Rogers LTE network is just one way we’re fulfilling our commitment to provide Canadians with world-leading internet experiences. But what does all this mean to you? Think of all the ways you connect online today for work or play. Armed with an LTE-capable device and a wireless internet plan, you can take this experience beyond the home, office or internet café with ultra-fast email, rapid downloads and smooth web access whenever and wherever you choose. It’s the present and the future, and it’s truly awesome.

What is LTE?

LTE stands for “Long Term Evolution,” and it’s the global gold standard in wireless network technology. Far superior to previous technologies, such as 3G and 4G HSPA+, LTE delivers a faster, richer and smoother wireless internet technology experience than ever before, plus usage capacity that enables more users to access the wireless network at top speeds without affecting performance. It means you can enjoy faster downloads and cloud storage, streaming of high-definition multimedia, and multi-player gaming online without the frustration of buffering and lag. In other words, you’re truly unlocking the power of your wireless device. It’s like you’ve harnessed the potential of your wired at-home broadband network and put it in your pocket.

How Fast is Fast?

The Rogers LTE network is capable of maximum theoretical download speeds of up to 150 Mbps*. Typical download speeds today range from 12 to 25 Mbps for most devices, or even up to 40 Mbps** for selected devices on the Rogers LTE network. The Rogers LTE network is ready for the future as devices advance.

Want to know how to access the LTE network? See our helpful checklist >>

 LTE is coming to YOUR city! See the latest LTE rollout list >>

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