SaskTel to add additional 4G capacity in 111 communities

Friday 14 November 2014 | 21:14 CET | News

SaskTel has announced it will be adding additional capacity by year-end to its 4G wireless network in 111 communities in rural Saskatchewan to address increased customers demand. SaskTel will be adding a second 850 MHz carrier in these 111 communities approximately doubling the network capacity in most locations.Communities that will receive the network enhancements include: Alameda, Arcola, Balcarres, Beechy, Benson, Big River, Big River IR, BlackStrap, Bladworth, Blaine Lake, Blewett, BlueBell, Bruno, Cando, Canwood, Carnduff, Caron, Caronport, Chitek Lake, Climax, Cochin, Davidson, Debden, Delisle, Dorintosh, Dubuc, Eatonia, Edam cdo, Elbow, Englishman Lake, Eston, Fiske, Flaxcombe, Fort Qu’Appelle, Glaslyn, Goodsoil, Goodwater, Gravelbourg, Green Lake, Green Street, Gull Lake, Hafford, Hague, Hanley, Harris, Herbert, Hubbard, Humboldt, Indian Head, Kelfield, Kelvington, Kenaston, Kerrobert, Kindersley, La Ronge, Lac Pelletier, Lafleche, Lampman, Lanigan, Lashburn, Leader, Leask, Little Pine IR, Lloydminster, Loon Lake, Lucky Lake, Maidstone, Manitou Beach, Maple Creek, Marshall, Martensville, Maymont, Meadow Lake, Melfort, Melville, Midale, Middle Lake, Moosomin, Netherhill, Nipawin, Onion Lake, Oungre, Outlook, Outram, Paradise Hill, Pasqua Lake, Paynton, Plenty, Preeceville, Rabbit Lake, Radisson, Radville, Rapid View, Rocanville, Rosetown, Rush Lake, Shaunavon, Silver Lake, Spiritwood, St. Brieux, St. Walburg, Stoughton, Turtleford, Vanscoy, Waldheim, Warmley, Watrous, Webb, White City, Whitkow and Wolseley.

via: Telecomepaper

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