Bell Mobility

Bell Mobility is a national Canadian wireless provider and subsidiary of Bell Canada. It sells LTE and HSPA+ based services throughout Canada. As of the third quarter of 2017, it is Canada's second largest wireless carrier. The company also owns Virgin Mobile Canada in addition to the prepaid PC Telecom by Loblaws. Other wireless networks associated with Bell Mobility include: Northwestel, Télébec, and NorthernTel. In 2017, the company purchased MTS and this added significant gains to Bell's network coverage, especially in Manitoba. 

The company uses both CDMA and HSPA+ networks in the 850 and 1900 MHz frequencies. Bell is the last telecommunications company of note to support CDMA coverage in Canada. This is expected to end in April of 2018. The company has expanded its LTE coverage into most areas of Canada where it has HSPA coverage. In 2016, the company launched its voice over LTE (VoLTE). Bell has four Internet-only plans and several smartphone plans than can include mobile broadband access, as well as plans with fixed data usage rates or flexible data plans. 

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