Bell announced Wednesday that it is expanding its pure fiber Internet in Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador, as part of its accelerated capital investment program.

Hamilton, Ontario will see an additional 15,000 locations for direct fiber network connections by the end of 2021, joining the more than 75,000 existing home and business locations with access in the city. Ancaster, Dundas and Mount Hope will see Bell’s pure fiber internet expansion.

This expansion is part of Bell’s $ 400 million investment to bring direct fiber network connections to more than 200,000 homes and businesses throughout Hamilton over the next three years.

Bell Fiber Internet Expansion in Newfoundland and Labrador

In Newfoundland and Labrador, Bell says fiber internet will expand to reach nearly 7,000 rural locations by the end of this year. Botwood, Burin and Marystown in Newfoundland, and North West River and Sheshatshiu in Labrador will see next-generation network infrastructure in place.

“Bell is proud to bring our world-leading pure fiber connections and Internet and TV services to homes and business locations in rural communities, including Botwood, Burin and Marystown in Newfoundland, and North West River and Sheshatshiu in Labrador as part of our historic network acceleration program, ”said Rizwan Jamal, president of Bell Residential and Small Business, in a statement.

Rural customers looking forward to Bell Internet facilities may also consider Starlink satellite internet, from SpaceX by clicking here.

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