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SaskTel invests over CAD 50 mln in Rural Fibre Initiative

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SaskTel has launched its Rural Fibre Initiative, a multi-phase project that will see it invest over CAD 50 million to bring SaskTel infiNet service to approximately 30,000 households and businesses in more than 20 rural Saskatchewan communities over the next four years. Through this initiative, SaskTel said it wants to ensure that more rural residents can access the latest digital tools and technologies to connect, learn, access healthcare and government services, and pursue business opportunities. 

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: SaskTel
Countries: Canada
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