Reliable high-speed fibre internet service is now available to more than 1,250 properties in Central and North Queens County.
During the spring and summer, Bell Canada crews and their contractors have worked to install internet cables on poles in areas of North and Central Queens County that haven’t had internet or had substandard internet speeds. Bell Aliant is now ready to connect the service to homes.
“Today is the day we have been waiting to see for a long time,” said Region of Queens Municipality Mayor David Dagley in a press release on Sept. 3. “As of today, 1,273 new premises in North and Central Queens now have access to high-speed internet with another 74 premises expected in the coming weeks for a total of 1,347 premises, which is more than originally planned for in Phase 1.”
Internet speeds of up to 100 Mbps are now available to 411 premises