Any idea where the new tower is in Calgary?
Nothing new in Niagara Falls :-(
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What I'd really like to see is a buildout towards Airdrie, Cochrane, Okotoks, Strathmore. For what its worth (not much) a rep at a Wind store told me the other day they expected those cities/towns to be covered in Q3 this year - after the court case is settled. While my heart says "yea" my head says "he probably knows as much as I do" - meaning not much.
Any ideas where the new towers in Vancouver are?
Has the Woodbine tower in the SW improved the 22x area signal? Or is that too far?
People in Silvarado say they have good coverage. But I am in Somerset near the 22x and I can not get reliable signal.
It's been two months since TAFL data was last released.
801 towers, 4796 antennas (up from 780 towers, 4666 antennas)
Cities from TAFL data of new sites:
Stoney Creek ON
Maple Ridge BC
Port Moody BC
I did an update from Spectrum Direct now too, but this is only from July 31, so not much has changed.
682 towers (3 new)
Fort Saskatchewan AB
St Albert AB
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Any idea why TAFL and SD are so vastly different in a lot of cases? TAFL, for example, seems to list a lot more towers in Toronto (several of which have been there a long, long time but I don't believe exist) but SD has all the K-W/Niagara/Barrie towers, some of which we know must exist.