Canada’s best national network is now up to 2x faster.2
We continually invest in our network to provide our customers with access to the latest network technology.
With Bell, you can now access peak theoretical download speeds of up to 750 Mbps (expect average speeds 25-220 Mbps) in select areas* – that’s up to 2x faster than before. The first devices to take advantage of these speeds are the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ with more to come.
“Bell is clearly Canada's Fastest Wireless Network.”
“Bell's network in Toronto and Vancouver is spectacularly fast, exceeding anything we've ever seen in our US results... It's truly a world-class 4G experience.”
The Bell network. Fastest ranked in Canada.3 Faster than networks in4:
New York, Singapore, Budapest, Melbourne, Sydney, Stockholm, Seoul, Dubai, Shanghai, Los Angeles, Vienna, Milan, Madrid, Zurich, Beijing, Rome, Paris, Berlin, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro...
Theoretical Mbps speeds that LTE Advanced can reach up to on each network
Next-generation LTE Advanced network.
On the Bell network, you’ll get faster access to data, download large files faster, watch movies and enjoy next-gen VR with less buffering, and more.Check out our LTE Advanced coverage
Don’t compromise when it comes to your network.
Bell has a large selection of LTE Advanced devices that make the most of our LTE Advanced network capabilities.
If you want to be on the network built for peak theoretical download speeds of up to 2x faster than before, get on the Bell network.2 The first devices to take advantage of these speeds are the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ with more to come.
97% coverage across Canada.
Bell’s LTE coverage has more than tripled since 2015 – now covering 97% of the Canadian population. That’s over 32 million Canadians. Plus, we’re working to give you access to even faster speeds as we continue to roll out the LTE Advanced network, the world’s fastest and most advanced wireless technology. Bell’s LTE Advanced network already covers over 75% of the Canadian population.See coverage map
and Video over LTE.
Voice and Video over LTE is the next generation of voice and video calling. Now, with Voice and Video over LTE technology, you can make and receive voice and video calls with improved voice quality, and you can switch between voice and video during calls.
Voice and Video over LTE is available in select areas of Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon. It will expand to other regions in the near future.Learn more
Wi-Fi network across Canada.
With over 4,000 hotspots across Canada, Bell is proud to offer all mobile users free Wi-Fi. You can find a Bell hotspot from coast to coast at participating McDonald’s, Chapters Indigo and Tim Hortons.Find a location
A more reliable
Bell connects the vast majority of cell towers with fibre, the best network technology, to give customers a more reliable connection. In addition, our in-building coverage improvements deliver a stronger LTE signal. Backed by the latest network infrastructure technology, Bell also gives you access to a network offering the most cell towers connected by fibre.
Bell’s dedicated team of 7,600 network employees are continuously working to optimize our network, all with the shared goal of providing Canadians with the absolute best, most advanced mobile experience.
- Based on a third party score (Global Wireless Solutions OneScore™) calculated using wireless network testing in Canada against other national wireless networks of combined data, voice, reliability and network coverage.
- Up to 2x faster is based on Bell’s previous expected average speeds and Bell’s current expected average speeds with compatible devices in select areas. Speeds may vary due to topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors. See bell.ca/network.
- As ranked by PCMag. Reprinted from www.pcmag.com with permission. © 2016 Ziff Davis, LLC. All rights reserved. Largest network based on total square kms of coverage on the shared LTE network available from Bell vs. Rogers’ LTE network. See bell.ca/LTE for details.
- City comparison speeds based on Ookla’s analysis of Speedtest Intelligence data from January 1 to March 31, 2017.