“Major investment”: Bell will extend pure fiber Internet access to 40,000 Barrie homes and businesses by 2025

Bell plans to expand pure fiber internet service to 40,000 homes and businesses in Barrie by 2025.

Pure fiber? Pure gold.

Bell announced on September 13 the expansion of pure fiber Internet service to approximately 40,000 homes and businesses in Barrie by 2025. Fully funded by the telecommunications giant, this broadband expansion program will provide fast, high-capacity, all-fiber with Internet download and upload speeds of up to three gigabits per second and access to key Bell services, such as Fibe TV.

“With the past few years showing us how essential broadband capacity is, this major investment in Internet infrastructure means better service for residents and better bandwidth for businesses,” Mayor Jeff Lehman said in a statement. Press release. “I salute Bell’s investment in our city. and see this as another step forward in our competitiveness as a community. »

Bell is Canada’s largest communications company, providing advanced wireless broadband, television, Internet, media and business services across the country.

“Residents need fast, reliable Internet connections more than ever to stay connected at home or at work,” said Bell Senior Vice President Bruce Furlong. “Through our own fully funded investments in world-class broadband networks, Bell is advancing our longstanding goal of connecting Canadians in communities across the country and across our footprint.”

For more details, visit bell.ca.

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