Enjoy the largest wireless network in Saskatchewan, serving over 98% of the population. Plus, get the best coverage in Canada--only with SaskTel!
As a SaskTel customer, you'll get coverage throughout the world so you can use your SaskTel wireless device in over 200 countries. Use our International roaming search tool to find coverage and rates for your destination. For additional information, see Travelling with your device and Travelling with your Prepaid phone.
SaskTel has the largest and fastest network in Saskatchewan!4G LTE network
SaskTel offers 4G LTE in more communities in Saskatchewan than any other provider. Throughout 2014, we’ll be adding additional coverage in existing locations, as well as expanding coverage to new areas. Outside of 4G LTE coverage you’ll automatically switch to the SaskTel 4G wireless network.
The SaskTel 4G network covers 98% of Saskatchewan’s population.
SaskTel continues to offer CDMA wireless service. The SaskTel CDMA network covers 96% of Saskatchewan’s population.
With SaskTel, you get access to the best coverage in Canada!4G LTE network
SaskTel gives you access to the largest Canada-wide 4G LTE coverage. Outside of 4G LTE coverage, your 4G LTE device will automatically switch to the 4G network.4G network
The SaskTel 4G network is part of a larger, nationwide network, providing the best coverage in Canada. You can use your 4G or 4G LTE phone across Canada where SaskTel has established roaming agreements with other 4G-compatible network providers.
SaskTel offers CDMA roaming across Canada in Bell / Bell West, MTS, Telus and Aliant EV-DO and 1xRTT coverage areas.
See the Bell EVDO / 1xRTT coverage map for Canadian CDMA roaming (this website is not affiliated with SaskTel and SaskTel is not responsible for any content on this site).Travelling in Canada
SaskTel has roaming agreements in most American wireless coverage areas, giving you access to a large U.S. wireless network.4G LTE network
At this time, SaskTel gives you access to 4G LTE coverage across Canada. In the U.S., your 4G LTE device will automatically switch to the 4G network, giving you access to a large U.S. wireless network.4G network
SaskTel has coverage on AT&T (as well as other regional operators) in the United States. You can use your 4G device for voice calling, data, and text functionality where there is coverage.
Note: We recommend using AT&T when roaming in the U.S. as the network provides quicker network connection times and faster data speeds. If the device doesn't automatically select AT&T, you can manually select AT&T.
SaskTel has U.S. roaming partnerships with Sprint and Verizon. Use the Sprint Coverage Tool or Verizon Coverage Tool to search for your travel destination and find out what type of coverage is available (these websites are not affiliated with SaskTel and SaskTel is not responsible for any content on these sites).Travelling in the U.S.
When you travel to the U.S., you’ll receive a text message letting you know you’re roaming on a U.S. network and to provide you with the standard retail roaming rates for voice, text and data usage. See Roaming notification text message for details.
Take your SaskTel phone with you when you’re travelling around the world.4G LTE network
At this time, SaskTel gives you access to 4G LTE coverage across Canada. When travelling internationally, your 4G LTE device will automatically switch to the 4G network, giving you access to over 200 countries and territories.4G network
You can take your SaskTel voice and data service with you to over 200 countries and territories worldwide.
To find out which services are available (voice, text message, data) in your travel area, use the International Roaming Search Tool.
GSM - Not all countries have upgraded their GSM networks to 4G. The International Roaming Search Tool will display the Network Type in these countries as “GSM”. 4G and 4G LTE devices are backwards-compatible with GSM networks.
A few countries still offer CDMA coverage, such as Mexico and Caribbean.Travelling internationally
When you enter a new country, you’ll receive a text message notification letting you know the standard retail roaming rates for voice, text and data usage for the country you’re in. See Roaming notification text message for details.