The recent introduction of Rogers LTE-Advanced is boosting speed to enhance one's video streaming experience. The Canadian telecommunications company is relying on "different bands of wireless frequencies" to create better viewing for their mobile plan subscribers.
Rogers LTE-Advanced makes the company's video streaming services smoother and speedier for mobile users who are known to watch television shows and movies on their smartphone. Their new and enhanced network is not only efficient and user-friendly but also combines their 700 MHz and AWS bands and features a simultaneous use of both the hardware and software.
In the past, these bands were used separately and by different devices. Rogers LTE-Advanced recently launched in Canadian cities like Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto. Moreover, the company is the first carrier of this network type in all of Canada.
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