Bell Mobility has recently announced that it will activate HSPA device in the Saskatchewan region, but has yet to release any further details regarding the exact date
However, the Canadian major carrier stated vaguley that it will introduce its 4G wireless broadband network to Saskatchewan customers next week.
Once the 4G network
is active, customers will be able to access Internet at some of the fastest wireless speeds without fear of interruptions.
Bell's presence within the region will allow Saskatchewan customers access to the largest coverage area and some of the most popular smartphones, as well as other data devices available only from Bell.
“Bell Mobility is enhancing competition in the Saskatchewan wireless marketplace and greatly expanding choice in mobile services for consumer and business customers
,” said Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility and Bell Residential Services, and Bell's Chief Brand Officer.
According to Bell
, as soon as the 4G network will be live, the carrier will be able to offer customers coverage to more than 98% of Saskatchewan's urban and rural population with 4G network mobile download speeds up to 21 megabits per second (Mbps) and typical speeds of 7 to 14 Mbps.
“With extensive high-speed mobile Internet coverage, leading services like Bell Mobile TV, and exclusive superphones and other mobile Internet solutions, we're offering Saskatchewan customers the best devices on the best network
,” added Oosterman.
Furthermore, Bell Mobility devices will be available at two brand new Bell stores, which apparently are now completing construction.
One of the stores is located at the Midtown Plaza in Saskatoon, while the other one can be found at the Southland Shopping Centre in Regina.
In addition, Saskatchewan customers can purchase Bell products from the carrier's authorized dealers, as well as from The Source locations, and a total of more than 50 retail outlets across the province.