Rogers Communications Inc. outlined some of the locations of new cell towers which include upgrades to its mobile network capability in a series of press releases released Thursday morning. Customers of the Toronto-based company, as well as its flanker brand Fido, in Brampton and Port Dover, Ontario, Regina’s Harbour Landing community in Sask., Qualicum Beach, B.C., and Medicine Hat, Alta., will benefit from the increased mobile network connection speeds immediately. According to Rogers, the new speeds are enabled through the deployment of cell towers with new technologies like “the latest global 3GPP standards, including 4x4 MIMO, four-carrier aggregation and 256 QAM,” read the releases. These advancements were originally unveiled in April during a 5G demo at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The technology isn’t new to Rogers, which was the first to aggregate LTE spectrum in 2014, or to other players in the market either. The demonstration follows BCE Inc.’s own test of gigabit mobile speeds using similar technology earlier this year and Telus Corp.’s test with Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. late last year. CORRECTION: Originally the article said Port Hope will receive the upgrades, but it was actually Port Dover.