Vidéotron Mobile

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Vidéotron Mobile
Industry Mobile network operator
Founded 1964
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people
Manon Brouillette (President and CEO)
Services mobile telephony, SMS, MMS, mobile broadband, LTE
Number of employees
Parent Vidéotron

Vidéotron Mobile (formerly known as Vidéotron Wireless) is a Canadian mobile phone provider, owned by the telecommunications company Vidéotron, that provides wireless service to customers in Quebec and the National Capital Region.


The Vidéotron Mobile network uses the Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) spectrum. Its network provides download speeds of up to 150 Mbit/s in most Quebec cities using LTE.

In the 3G band, customers connect to the Vidéotron Mobile network on the 1700 MHz and 2100 MHz frequencies. For LTE (4G), Vidéotron Mobile has deployed the 2600MHz and 700MHz frequencies. Vidéotron also shares networks with Rogers Wireless.[citation needed]


The HTC Radar 4G is available at Vidéotron Mobile.

Feature phones, smartphones, and mobile broadband modems and antennas are products offered by Vidéotron Mobile. Smartphones include various BlackBerry OS- and Android-powered devices, Apple iPhones, as well as a few running Symbian and another running Windows Phone.


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