Bell Aliant extends FTTH IPTV in New Brunswick
Michelle Clancy
| 11 October 2014
Canada’s Bell Aliant has extended its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to 4,177 homes and businesses in Kent County, New Brunswick. Customers in all three communities can pre-register now for Internet and IPTV installations later this autumn.

Since 2009, the company has invested $122 million in the province to bring its FibreOP technology to 230,000 homes and businesses.

“With today's announcement, thousands more New Brunswickers will have access to the power of FibreOP,” said Andre LeBlanc, vice president of residential markets at Bell Aliant.

“Everywhere we go with this technology, customers tell us the same thing: it's a game-changer that delivers the fastest Internet and best TV experience with limitless potential for the future. As we turn on this service in more and more communities, we get closer to our goal of reaching one million premises by the end of 2014 with our innovative FTTH network.”

FibreOP TV includes more than 150 HD channels, apps for social media, TV on the go and wireless TV capability.