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Arctic Fibre lobbying telcos, governments, to sign onto Arctic fibre link

News | 07/30/2012 5:56 pm EDT

Arctic Fibre Inc. is asking Canadian telecos and government agencies to commit to using its proposed fibre backbone network for Internet services across Canada’s northern territories instead of satellite.

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