Bell to expand its internet services to Georgina, Ontario

The project is expected to be completed in 2024

Bell is expanding its pure fibre internet service to Georgina, Ontario.

The expansion will give 14,000 locations access to all-fibre broadband and is part of the company’s capital expenditure acceleration program investing in next-generation infrastructure.

Margaret Quirk, the mayor of Georgina, welcomes the investment. “When competing with other communities to attract companies and residents, we know that high-speed internet can often be a deciding factor, and I am glad that residents have options when making that decision,” she said in a statement.

Once completed, residents will have access to download speeds of up to 1.5Gbps and other Bell services, including Fibe TV.

This announcement is in addition to the roughly $4 billion Bell spends on expanding broadband infrastructure every year.

Source: Bell