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The economics of a fibre rollout: demographics, competition, aerial space, are key

News | 01/07/2013 7:36 pm EST

Consumer demand for bandwidth and more efficient network builds are allowing Bell Aliant Inc. to roll out its fibre-to-the-home network in communities that were previously seen as not a viable investment, said Andre LeBlanc, the company’s vice-president of residential markets.

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