Aliant expands FTTH to three more towns

13 Mar 2014

Atlantic Canada-based telco Bell Aliant has announced an investment of CAD4.8 million (USD4.32 million) to expand its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to three additional towns in Newfoundland & Labrador, where its ‘FibreOP’ triple-play services will soon be available to more than 8,000 homes and businesses in Harbour Grace, Deer Lake and Stephenville. Aliant’s FTTH network passed 806,000 premises in around 70 communities across the Atlantic Canadian provinces and Ontario at end-December 2013, while its fibre internet customers reached 184,000 at that date, with fibre-based IPTV subscribers reaching 158,000.

Canada, Bell Aliant,

Subscribe

Subscribe to CommsUpdate to get the day’s top telecom headlines delivered to your email.

Subscribe to CommsUpdate

Feedback

Have feedback, corrections, or story ideas? Send them to editors@commsupdate.com.

Browse Past Issues

Filter

Filter CommsUpdate by the following categories or use the search.

Search

Visit our help page information on performing advanced searches, including how to restrict the results by country or company.

Advertise

CommsUpdate is an outstanding advertising venue for companies seeking to reach:

  • International carriers
  • Wholesale service providers
  • Equipment and software vendors
  • Telecom investors
  • Regulators

Learn more about advertising on CommsUpdate.

Share