Bell grows pure fibre web community in Acadian Peninsula

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Bell’s pure fibre web service is now accessible to residents and companies in New Brunswick’s Acadian Peninsula.

The provider announced on September 14th that it was increasing its high-speed broadband choices within the communities of Lamèque, Miscou Centre, Saint-Raphäel-sur-Mer, Haut-Shippagan, Le Goulet, and Pigeon Hill.

On the identical day, Bell additionally introduced that 10,000 places in Oshawa, Ontario, would even be getting access to the provider’s fibre web service.

Both expansions are a part of a nationwide capital funding of $1.7 billion from Bell, aimed toward accelerating the corporate’s rollout of broadband fibre throughout the nation over the subsequent two years.

Source: Bell 

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