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    Oh how right you are. Looking in New Brunswick...

    Oh how right you are. Looking in New Brunswick where they have 40 Mhz, it appears on the cell tower locator site as 20 Mhz.
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    It looks like their winnings are contiguous just...

    It looks like their winnings are contiguous just like the other carriers. Even if Kingston, Ontario is in "Eastern Ontario" they still have 20 Mhz there.
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    This is true, do you know of any reason why they...

    This is true, do you know of any reason why they don't deploy it as 20 Mhz wide, even in areas where they own it though? I've seen a lot of sites where band 71 (LTE) is only 10 Mhz wide.
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    Yep, the thing is Bellus is 5 Mhz wide on 700 Mhz...

    Yep, the thing is Bellus is 5 Mhz wide on 700 Mhz in so many markets... Rogers is 10 Mhz wide. Also Bell doesn't own any 600 Mhz, period.

    So what you end up getting is typically faster speeds...
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    I would have to say Bell / Telus have a wider...

    I would have to say Bell / Telus have a wider coverage footprint... Rogers is slowly catching up and the only true national wireless carrier with the own towers from coast to coast.

    The nice...
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