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ISP to launch first 1 Gbps Internet service in Ontario

Briefs | 03/27/2014 4:07 pm EDT

Lakeland Networks, an Internet service provider for businesses in Ontario’s cottage country north of Toronto, said it will become the first in Ontario to offer speeds as fast as one gigabit per second.

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