Bell MTS, a Manitoba-based subsidiary of BCE, plans to expand its fiber Internet infrastructure and services in the Pembina Valley in the coming months.
The expansion will affect 4,500 locations in Altona, Plum Coulee, Emerson and Morris.
According to the Press release, residents of these regions can expect to begin accessing Bell’s broadband fiber network beginning this fall.
This project is funded by a $ 1.7 billion investment across Canada from Bell to improve its infrastructure and services nationwide.
The same investment paid the bill for a network expansion to 900 locations in Nova Scotia’s Barrington Township, which Bell also announced today.