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End of dial-up leaving some B.C. residents without Internet: MP

Briefs | 10/26/2016 9:06 pm EDT

Telus Corp. is working with customers who will be affected by the cessation of dial-up Internet service as of Nov. 16, the company said, after an NDP member of Parliament said she had constituents who would be left completely without an Internet connection next month.

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