Canadian operator Rogers Communications said it has brought 5G services to the busiest tunnels and stations of Toronto’s TTC subway. The operator has also upgraded the mobile network, providing all riders with more reliable access to 911 services in these areas, as part of its phased network upgrade and expansion work.
The company’s 5G services are now available on Line 1, including all stations and tunnels in the Downtown U, plus Spadina and Dupont stations. Users can also access 5G services on Line 2, on 13 stations from Keele to Castle Frank, plus the tunnels between St George and Yonge stations.
Rogers said it has been working on the upgrade since the acquisition of BAI Canada a few months ago. The company is also modernising its mobile network with fibre, new radio equipment and more spectrum bands to provide 5G connectivity and improve the quality of the 3G/4G network.
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