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Bell Canada
Bell Canada is the country's leading full-service communications provider. Catering to residential and business customers, the Bell group of companies provides connectivity, commerce and content through Bell Canada, Bell ActiMedia, Bell Mobility, Bell Nexxia and Bell World. These companies offer wired and wireless voice and data communications, paging and messaging, high speed Internet access, IP-broadband services, local and long distance phone services, and directory and e-commerce solutions. Bell Canada, its communications partners and subsidiaries have 13.6 million access lines and more than 3 million wireless customers. Bell Canada is 80% owned by BCE Inc. of Montréal and 20% owned by SBC Communications Inc. of San Antonio, Texas (U.S.A.).

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