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MTS Extends High-Speed to Rural Communities

August 2, 2013 7:01 AM | News

MTSMTS has expanded high-speed Internet service to four more rural communities in the province.

Customers living in Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation, Fisher River Cree Nation, Brunkild, and Seven Sisters Falls will have access to faster Internet speeds using DSL (digital subscriber line).

“The launch of our DSL-based high-speed Internet service in these communities further demonstrates MTS’s commitment to connecting more Manitobans to the Internet,” said MTS president Kelvin Shepherd.

MTS plans to expand its Internet service to 20 additional rural communities by the end of 2013.

— Staff

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