Mobilicity will expand its network coverage in four of its five service areas, the new entrant carrier said Thursday. Mobilicity said in a release it will expand its network to cover additional areas in and around Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver and Edmonton. “We’ve spent the last year on network densification to provide a great network experience amidst tremendous growth in our existing service area,” Stewart Lyons, Mobilicity’s president and chief operating officer, said in a statement. “Now it’s time to expand outward and bring Mobilicity’s smart, affordable wireless service to more Canadians than ever.” In Ontario, Mobilicty said, it will expand its Greater Toronto Area coverage west to Milton, Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton and east to Pickering, Ajax, Whitby and Oshawa. In Ottawa, the company will build out its network to the Barrhaven, Orleans, and Cumberland communities, the release said. Mobilicity’s expanded Greater Vancouver Area coverage will be extended to the White Rock, Pitt Meadows and Richmond-Surrey commuter corridors, the company said. Its Edmonton expansion will extend to St. Albert and the Edmonton International Airport. Mobilicity did not say when the network extensions will go live.