Bell’s broadband Wireless Home Internet service is today expanding to 15 rural communities in the Regional County Municipalities of Brome-Missisquoi, Coaticook, Memphrémagog, and Val-Saint-François in the Eastern Townships region of Québec.
Bell’s broadband internet service employs 5G-capable technology in the 3500 MHz spectrum band on the carrier’s advanced LTE wireless network, which already covers more than 99% of the Canadian population with mobile service.
Bell’s high-speed internet service is now available to eligible homes in Bolton-Est, Bolton-Ouest, Compton, Dunham, Farnham, Frelighsburg, Hatley, Ogden, Saint-Armand, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Rochelle, Stanstead, Stukely-Sud, Sutton and Waterville, and will soon be available in Eastman:
“As the leader in broadband network innovation, Bell is proud to deliver high-speed connectivity to residents and cottagers in the Eastern Townships with our Wireless Home Internet service,” said Rizwan Jamal, President, Bell Residential Services. “Wireless Home Internet is specifically designed to bring the benefits of broadband Internet to smaller towns and rural communities, and we look forward to expanding the service further in Québec and beyond.”
All Wireless Home Internet customers will receive the Bell Home Hub modem for fast Wi-Fi throughout the home, with an option to bundle the service with Bell Satellite TV.