Telus invests $500,000 in Masset

  • May. 21, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Telus says it’s investing half a million dollars to upgrade Masset’s wireless service, equipping the village with “the world’s fastest technology.””Even more customers in Masset will be able to take advantage of the Telus network, one of the largest and fastest wireless broadband networks available anywhere in the world though this $500,000 investment,” said Lance MacDonald, Telus General Manager for Northern BC.According to Telus media, it’ll be enhancing wireless sites and updating old infrastructure. For customers, that means cellular data service will speed up, be more reliable, and reach farther.Telus says the new 4G LTE wireless technology will offer downloads and uploads two to three times faster than previous speeds and “a wireless Internet connection as fast as their home Internet.”The company didn’t specify a date for the upgrade, but said it would be this year.

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