Bell MTS has announced today its all-fibre network is set to debut in the City of Morden in Manitoba this fall, offering the faster internet to nearly 3,300 homes and businesses.
Construction is set to begin this summer, with a launch slated by the fall. Bell MTS says this expansion will bring “the fastest consumer Internet speeds in Canada to the Pembina Valley community.”
“Bell MTS has been an important ally to the City in providing critical communication and media services. We are excited to welcome their continued investment, which will connect us to fast, reliable Internet technology and contribute to Morden’s overall competitiveness in the global economy,” said Brandon Burley, Mayor of Morden, in a statement.
“We’re pleased to connect Morden with the world’s best Internet technology as part of our ongoing capital investment plan for Manitoba,” added Dan McKeen, Vice Chair of Bell MTS & Western Canada. “Bell MTS is proud to be a major investor in the province’s future as we advance how Manitobans connect with each other and the world.”
Bell MTS will launch fibre soon in La Salle, Flin Flon and Churchill this year.