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All shuk up: Inukshuk reaches more rural communities

29 Oct 2008

Inukshuk Wireless, the joint venture wireless broadband network owned by Bell Canada and Rogers Communications, has announced in a press release that it has expanded coverage to several additional rural areas of Canada. Areas to benefit are located in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, and include unserved or underserved communities. The expansion was funded by the Inukshuk Wireless Learning Plan Fund, which has a commitment to invest annually in the project. Inukshuk Wireless’s pre-WiMAX network footprint currently covers 45 cities and more than 120 unserved rural and underserved communities across Canada.

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