Canadian rural-focused ISP Xplore has expanded its new generation ‘5G Home Internet’ fixed wireless broadband service to more than 300,000 households and businesses across six provinces, its vendor partner Ericsson announced. Xplore CTO Dennis Steiger declared: ‘We built this new 5G network from scratch to better serve rural Canadians and provide them with fast, reliable connectivity – so they can work, play and learn online in rural and remote areas across the country.’ Jeanette Irekvist, Head of Customer Unit, Ericsson Canada, added: ‘Better networks with increased capacity, speed and coverage will help rural Canadians participate fully in the digital economy and create prosperity no matter where they decide to live and work.’

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