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Penticton advanced 4G LTE but not in Kelowna?


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Best answer by Jonathan I 24 November 2015, 13:20

It might be easier to deploy the "advanced" LTE on that area due to geography, demand, etc. I'm just speculating. It honestly doesn't make a big difference. LTE starts at 42 mbps (limit of HSPA+) and goes up to 75. I believe the "advanced" speeds are up to 150. So far I believe the highest in Canada can go all the way up to 250 for Rogers. But honestly, anything past 75 is just overkill. It's a point of diminishing returns. You won't see pages load much faster.

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It might be easier to deploy the "advanced" LTE on that area due to geography, demand, etc. I'm just speculating. It honestly doesn't make a big difference. LTE starts at 42 mbps (limit of HSPA+) and goes up to 75. I believe the "advanced" speeds are up to 150. So far I believe the highest in Canada can go all the way up to 250 for Rogers. But honestly, anything past 75 is just overkill. It's a point of diminishing returns. You won't see pages load much faster.

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