Canada, we're all over you.
Virgin Mobile's super speedy 4G HSPA+ network is now available in parts of Manitoba. Right now, we’ve got phone numbers ready for Winnipeg, Stonewall, Selkirk, Steinbach, Oakbank and Brandon.
Type in your address below to find out if you're covered.
Heads-up! If you're buying a phone with a SIM card it won’t work outside of our 4G HSPA+ coverage area.
Our awesome network covers 99% of Canadians, with the majority zipping along at ridiculously fast LTE network speeds. Check out how we've got you covered with our coverage map.
Plus, you’ll have access to voice and text in over 200 countries with a SIM card.
Check out our CDMA coverage.
Good to know:
- Coverage is approximate and actual coverage may vary. Theoretical peak speeds vary by region. Reception and expected speeds also vary based on topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors.
You will notice slower HSPA speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps in the following communities in the North: Arviat, Baker Lake, Cambridge Bay, Gameti, Iqaluit, Lutselk'e, Nahanni Butt, Paulatuk Rankin Inlet, Sachs Harbour and Ulukhaktok.
- *Available in select areas, on select phone with select plans.
Everything you do using a Virgin Mobile LTE-ready phone or tablet on the LTE network – like running apps, watching videos, and downloading files - will be faster, better and more awesome.
And, if you have an LTE Advanced-ready phone, you’ll be hittin’ peak download speeds of up to 335 Mbps (expected average: 12-60 Mbps).
Good to know:
- Download speeds on the LTE network currently peak at 75 Mbps in some areas (expected average: 12‑25 Mbps) and up to 110 Mbps (expected average: 12‑36 Mbps) and 150 Mbps (expected average: 12‑40 Mbps) in others.
The LTE Advanced network will hit theoretical peak download speeds of up to 335 Mbps (expected average: 12‑60 Mbps) on next gen “CAT 6” phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9.
LTE Advanced is already up and running (racing, actually) in many cities and will be rolling out in other parts of Canada super-soon.
- Coverage is approximate and actual coverage may vary. Reception and expected speeds also vary based on topography, environmental conditions, device type and other factors.