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Distributel introduces first ever Wi-Fi enabled bus in Montreal

Briefs | 05/08/2014 4:32 pm EDT

Independent Internet service provider Distributel Communications Inc. announced Thursday the launch of what it said was Montreal’s first WiFi bus.

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