Rogers Communications Inc. has became the first wireless provider in the country to offer customers fourth-generation, LTE-capable smartphones. The company announced this week that has added the Samsung Galaxy II and HTC Raider smartphones, both of them LTE-capable, to its lineup. Available in Rogers’ stores Friday, the Raider will cost $150 on a three-year plan, the company noted on its “Red Board” blog Thursday. The addition of the devices means Rogers customers can use smartphones to take advantage of the company’s LTE networks in Toronto and Ottawa, which can offer maximum theoretical download speeds of 100 Mbps. The company has said it will expand its LTE coverage to Montreal and Vancouver this year.