Press Release.Bell Aliant Inc. will connect Amherst, Nova Scotia to its fibre-to-the home (FTTH) network in December. The $2.7-million investment is the tenth community to be connected to Bell Aliant's FTTH network in 2012. Approximately 5,400 Amherst and area residential and business customers will have access to the Atlantic region's fastest Internet speeds and best TV service.
FibreOP keeps growing: Bell Aliant brings future-proof network to 4,700 more Nova Scotia homes and businessesBell Aliant Inc. is expanding its FibreOP network in Newfoundland. This month, 1,650 customers in Bishop's Falls will have access to the future-proof FibreOP network.
Bell Aliant Inc. extends its powerful FibreOP technology to Port Hawkesbury and Port Hastings, and adds new premises to its footprint in Truro, Antigonish, and Sydney. In total, the $2.4 million investment will bring Atlantic Canada's fastest Internet speeds and best TV service to more than 4,700 new residential and business customers.
Press Release.Today, Bell Aliant announced it will invest more than $12 million to extend FibreOP to an additional 21,000 homes and businesses in Newfoundland. Clarenville, Bay Roberts, Carbonear, Torbay and Portugal Cove-St. Philip's will soon benefit from the company's industry leading fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) technology.
With today's announcement, Bell Aliant's FibreOP coverage in the province will extend to more than 125,000 premises and represents an investment of $50 million since 2011.