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TekSavvy FTTP facilities construction underway

Briefs | 07/24/2018 5:26 pm EDT
TekSavvy releases quarterly transparency report

TekSavvy Solutions Inc. will invest up to $26 million over a year and a half to build out an open access fibre-to-the-premises network in the Chatham-Kent, Ont. area, according to a press release on Monday.

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