Rogers 5G: When & Where You Can Get It

5G is available in Canada, but you'll need the right phone first

The Rogers Communications network covers a massive 97 percent of Canada and is one of many mobile carriers launching 5G around the world.

Rogers invested over $4 billion USD in 5G deployment in 2019 and over $2 billion in 2020. They're currently in the process of rolling out a 5G network, so it's available to any customer with the right device.

The company has been silent about any fixed wireless access (FWA) solutions for 5G access at home, and have announced plans to release only mobile 5G that works with 5G phones.

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Rogers 5G Cities

The 5G network from Rogers began to roll out in January 2020, in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver, and is now available in over 1,500 communities.

See the full coverage map for details. Some supported locations include Abbotsford-Mission, BC; Aurora, ON; Calgary, AB; Delta, BC; Edmonton, AB; Fort McMurray, AB; Saskatoon, SK; Kelowna, BC; Markham, ON; North Vancouver, BC; and Burlington, ON.

Rogers 5G Devices

You can't access all the benefits of the 5G network unless you use a 5G-compatible phone. See the Rogers Cell Phones and Devices page to see which phones work on their 5G network.

Rogers 5G Rollout Progress

Here's a look at how the Rogers 5G network got to where it is today, and where it's heading:

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