MTS Allstream continues to reap the benefits of its new HSPA+ network as Manitoba’s largest telecom provider recorded third-quarter growth in wireless data and IPTV revenues, the company said Thursday. Powered by a 47.8 per cent growth in data revenues, MTS reported a 7.3 per cent increase in overall wireless revenues during the third quarter of 2011. The company saw a 19.9 per cent increase in revenues related to its growing IPTV offerings. Those numbers are slightly higher than similar year-over-year gains in the second quarter, which saw 45.5 per cent growth in data revenues and 17.8 per cent growth in IPTV. Those increases are due part to the company’s new HSPA+ wireless network, launched on March 31, and which the company credited for similar gains during the second quarter. The company’s converged IP revenues climbed 9.8 per cent over the same period last year, slightly lower than the 10 per cent year-over-year increase in converged revenues the company experienced during the second quarter. Overall, MTS recorded lower third-quarter revenues than last year but said this was caused by “one-time recoveries” during the same period in 2010. With $443.2 million in total quarterly earnings, the company reported that it remained on track to meet all yearly fiscal projections.