CDMA services will be discontinued on April 30, 2019. Learn more.
Coverage shown is approximate and actual coverage may vary. Speed and signal strength may vary due to traffic, topography, environmental conditions and other factors, including Bell’s Internet traffic management practices (e.g., priority access to emergency personnel and critical infrastructure personnel). See Bell.ca/ITMP.
Expected download speeds (Theoretical peak download speeds may vary):
- LTE Advanced: average 25-220 Mbps
- LTE: 12-40 Mbps
- 4G HSPA+: HSPA+; average 3.5-14 Mbps
You will notice slower HSPA speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps in the following communities in the North: Arviat, Baker Lake, Cambridge Bay, Colville Lake, Holman, Igloolik, Gameti, Iqaluit, Lutselk'e, Nahanni Butt, Paulatuk, Pond Inlet, Rankin Inlet, Sachs Harbour and Ulukhaktok.
Due to technology limitations, Prepaid HSPA service will not be available in certain areas of Nunavut, namely: Cambridge Bay, Rankin Inlet and Iqaluit.
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Covering over 99% of the population, Bell offers more coverage with access to the largest 4G network in Canada. We’re also proud to say that Bell gives you access to a network that never falls back to 2G. Always moving forward, we're now working to give you access to even faster speeds as we continue to roll out the LTE network, already Canada’s largest, and growing. In February 2015, we launched LTE Advanced, the world’s fastest most advanced wireless technology, in select communities in Canada1. And with over 4,000 free Wi-Fi locations, we also offer all mobile users the largest Wi-Fi network across Canada.
1Communities include: Downtown Toronto, GTA, Downtown Halifax, Upper Hamilton, South Oakville, Flemming College, Eagles Glen Golf course, Prince Edward island and St. John's, Newfoundland.