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Our networks

Our award-winning wireless and broadband networks are connecting Canadians and their families to the world, while also fueling entire industries and powering our nation.

Our wireless network

We’re leading the way with 5G, bringing Canada’s largest and most reliable 5G network to our customers from coast to coast. Our 5G network is Canada’s first, largest, and most reliable, reaching over 1,800 communities across the country.

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Canada’s leader in 5G

We were first to launch 5G in Canada in early 2020, ushering in a new world of possibilities. By leading the way on 5G investments and innovation, we are laying the groundwork to bring the full impact of this revolutionary technology that will transform the way we live, work and experience the world around us.

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Our broadband network

We’re investing to deliver a reliable broadband network to residents and businesses in communities across Canada.

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Bridging the digital divide

We are committed to creating a safer, more inclusive Canada by accelerating our 5G rollout and connecting rural, remote and Indigenous communities to high-speed Internet.

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Rogers Reaches Halfway Point in Wireless Expansion along B.C. Highway 14

Five towers between Sooke and Port Renfrew are already in service, all seven towers on track to enter service by  ...

Winston Sih holding a smartphone

Easy Ways to Stay Connected this Holiday Season

Staying connected this holiday season is easy with the newest devices and offers from Rogers. Whether you’re searching for  ...

A 5G moment in Maxville: Rogers and EORN celebrate the first new towers to bring wireless connectivity to Eastern Ontario

Maxville, a small farming community of 800 people south-east of Ottawa, “boomed” in the 1880s when Canadian Atlantic Railway established a  ...