Thanks for HC - no "i" for pointing this out.
Rogers just announced their LTE-Advanced rollout that combines their band 17 (B block 700Mhz) and band 4 (AWS) spectrum.
I'm not sure how this would work. Rogers owns the "A" and "B" 700Mhz blocks in Southern Ontario. However, I don't think any phones support the "A" block so right now, it's not really useful. That leaves them with a 5Mhz pairing whereas on AWS they're running a 10Mhz pairing.
Unless, they're using both up and downlink on block B and pairing it with just 10Mhz of their AWS spectrum?
Or is it possible to run pairings of different sized blocks?
Can someone please explain?
*EDIT* just got confirmation it's 5+10Mhz. So 75Mbps down and 25mbps up?
*EDIT 2* looks like milan03 beat me to it