Telecom companies, internet service providers (ISPs) and various government bodies have made a number of expansion announcements over the past month.
To help you keep track of them all, MobileSyrup has put together a roundup. You can also check the announcements out on the map below.
June 2: The governments of Canada and PEI invest $10 million to bring high-speed internet to all PEI homes.
June 3: The federal government grants Xplornet and Rogers millions to bring high-speed internet to 11,000 homes in New Brunswick.
June 30: The federal government and the Province of Quebec invest $8.2 million to bring high-speed internet to 25 rural communities.
June 3: Telus invests $10 million to bring its PureFibre network to Chaudière-Appalaches, Quebec.
June 9: The telecom provider announced it’s expanding its PureFibre network to Quebec’s Granit region.
June 10: Telus announced it would continue to expand its 5G network in Kamloops and Osoyoos and Oliver, B.C.
June 17: Telus shared it will deploy its 3500MHz spectrum. It’s available in several areas, including Toronto and Montreal.
June 8: The ISP announced the national availability of its Unified Communications solution
June 10: The company announced it would expand its pure fibre internet services to London, Ontario.
June 15: Bell announced details to deploy 5G+, which utilizes the 3500MHz spectrum.
June 15: The Toronto-based telecom provider announced it was the first to deploy the 3500MHz spectrum in Canada.
June 21: The company received $500,000 to bring high-speed internet to 280 households in West Bragg Creek, Alberta.
June 23: Eastlink announced it’s ready to install fibre in Mindemoya, Ontario, bringing high-speed internet access to 321 households.
June 30: Shaw launches a new internet tier for businesses starting at $195 a month.
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