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Telus to Expand PureFibre and 5G Networks to Mékinac and Les Chenaux

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Telus announced on Monday it will be investing $9 million to expand its PureFibre internet to Mékinac and Les Chenaux Regional County Municipalities (RCM) in Quebec.

Batiscan, Hérouxville, Saint-Adelphe and Sainte-Geneviève-de-Batiscan will get PureFibre and 5G wireless in 2022, while a new 5G wireless site will be installed in Saint-Adelphe.

“Ninety-nine per cent of families and businesses in our Quebec territory are connected to our PureFibre network and we continue to invest with the objective of connecting all households to high speed internet by September 2022,” said Nathalie Dionne, TELUS’ Interim Vice-President, Home Solutions and Customer Excellence in Quebec, in a statement.

Telus says PureFibre is expected to reach 1,700 homes and businesses in Batiscan, Hérouxville, Saint-Adelphe and Sainte-Geneviève-de-Batiscan by September of this year.

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