Fibre To The Home Projects
Standard Broadband Fibre is already available to the homes in Ballinafad, Moffat, Brookville, Silver Creek. We are actively expanding our network to other communities. Please select one of our projects below to learn more about the service availability and project details. Our customer service team can also be reached at 1-866-569-4147 and would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Projects Currently Under Construction
Rural Burlington Fibre To The Home
Standard Broadband’s Fibre to The Home Network will soon provide over 300 rural homes in rural north Burlington with exciting new Fibre optic Internet service. The project will be constructed over the next 18 months with consturciton tentaviely schedule to begin in April 2021.
For more information visit our Burlington FTTH project page.
Nassagweya Fibre To The Home Expansion
Standard Broadband’s Fibre To The Home Network is expanding in Nassagaweya! Our current network that services the hamlets of Brookville and Moffat is expanding to service over 450 rural properties in the Nassagaweya area between the 401 and HWY7. The project will begin in late March 2021 and be completed over and 18 month period.
For more information visit our Nassagaweya Fibre Expansion project webpage.
Town of Erin Fibre To The Home Project
Standard Broadband’s Erin FTTH Nework expansion will bring service to more than 2500 rural properties accross the community as well as homes and businesses in Ospringe, Hillsburgh and Erin. The project will take 24 months to compelte and construction will begin in November 2020.
For more information visit our Town Of Erin FTTH web page.
Puslinch Township Fiber To The Home Project
Standard Broadband’s Puslinch FTTH Nework expansion will bring service to more than 1000 homes and business in the Township of Puslinch. Our project will begin in September 2020 and continue in to the spring of 2021. Service is now available to Phase 1 of our project and Phase 2 will begin in Jan 2021.
For more information visit our Township of Puslinch FTTH web page.