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Bell Aliant brings fibre-to-the-home to Quebec

Briefs | 09/22/2014 5:27 pm EDT

Bell Aliant Inc. said Monday that fibre-to-the-home connections are now available in Quebec, with three communities on its FibreOP network immediately and four more to be connected before the end of the year.

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