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Canadian mobile data traffic, speeds up almost 100% in 2013: Cisco

News | 02/05/2014 4:18 am EST

The average mobile connection speed of Canadian smartphones nearly doubled in 2013, climbing to more than 10 Mbps, Cisco Systems Inc. said in a new report released Wednesday.

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