Effective tomorrow, Rogers will officially have a “4G” network.
Except, according to a Rogers document, “the Rogers network is not changing. Only the terminology is changing.”
It won’t be until later this year when Rogers launches its Long-Term Evolution network that the 4G name will be adequately deserved. But considering Telus started bragging about its alleged 4G network back in February, and Bell back in March, Rogers certainly isn’t alone in this questionable behaviour. It’s simply keeping in line with the rest of its oligopoly.