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2018 news releases
Annual TelCare donations let SaskTel employees support Saskatchewan charities all year long
New technologies lead the way in connecting friends and family this holiday season
SaskTel continues to expand blazing-fast interNET Extended 25 service throughout rural Saskatchewan
SaskTel launches maxTV Stream in 11 more communities
SaskTel today announced that two new wireless towers are fully operational in Northern Saskatchewan. These new towers serve the Indigenous communities of Buffalo River Dene Nation and Waterhen Lake First Nation with SaskTel 4G LTE wireless service.
Today SaskTel announced the expansion of interNET Extended 25 service to 25 more communities in rural Saskatchewan.
SaskTel today announced maxTV Stream is now available in 18 more communities including Arborfield, Bethune, Carrot River, Craik, Englefeld, Francis, Holdfast, Imperial, Kinistino, Kronau, Leroy, Melfort, Naicam, Sedley, Spalding, St. Brieux, Watson, and Yellow Creek.
SaskTel announced plans today to improve 4G LTE cellular services in 41 additional rural communities throughout rural Saskatchewan by deploying a small cell site solution.
The City of North Battleford is set to experience the next level in internet speed and connectivity with SaskTel infiNET service, Saskatchewan’s fastest fibre optics network.
Today SaskTel announced that the Village of Sceptre is the latest rural community to receive internet service. In addition, SaskTel has also introduced faster internet service in the northern communities of Creighton and Denare Beach.
Three more communities in rural Saskatchewan just received a major internet speed upgrade from SaskTel. The residents and businesses of Biggar, Eston, and Lanigan can now enjoy interNET Extended 25 service.
SaskTel dedicates November as "I Am Stronger Month" to encourage youth to be kind online
SaskTel today announced maxTV Stream will be launched in 13 more rural communities including Asquith, Biggar, Drake, Duck Lake, Guernsey, Hague, Hepburn, Jansen, Laird, Landis, Lanigan, Perdue, and Waldheim.
Today SaskTel announced the launch of 4G LTE cellular services in Muenster with the deployment of a small cell site solution.
SaskTel today announced the launch of maxTV Stream, the next-generation in television and entertainment, in Abernethy, Balcarres, Fort Qu’Appelle, Katepwa, Lebret, Lemberg, Lipton, Air Ronge, La Ronge, Maryfield, Moosomin, and Wapella.
SaskTel today announced plans to improve 4G LTE cellular services in 7 addition rural communities, bringing the total to 50, throughout Saskatchewan by deploying a small cell site solution.
Today SaskTel announced that it has expanded DSL internet service to the Villages of Veregin, Stenen, and the Hamlet of Neuanlage.
Today SaskTel announced it is bringing faster internet to six rural communities. The residents of Birch Hills, Carrot River, Fort Qu’Appelle, Hudson Bay, Moosomin and Porcupine Plain can now enjoy SaskTel’s interNET Extended 25 service.
SaskTel brings the next-generation of TV and entertainment to Saskatchewan with the launch of maxTV Stream
Today SaskTel announced the launch of maxTV Stream, the next-generation in television and entertainment.
SaskTel today released its 2017/18 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report reinforcing the company’s commitment to being an ethical, active, and engaged member of the communities it serves in the province of Saskatchewan.
Today SaskTel announced that it is bringing a whole new level of speed to rural Saskatchewan with the launch of interNET Extended 25.
Today SaskTel announced that it has launched internet service in the Resort Village of Waskesiu Lake. Residents can now enjoy the benefits of SaskTel Internet with two packages to choose from, interNET Extended 5 and interNET Extended 10.
The Lloydminster Exhibition is pleased to announce we have partnered with SaskTel to provide free SaskTel Select Wi-Fi at our facilities. This service is free to all our guests.
SaskTel today reported 2017/18 net income of $121.0 million and operating revenues of $1,253.2 million for the year ending March 31, 2018.
Today SaskTel announced that it has launched High Speed Internet service in Aquadeo Beach, Mervin, Mission Lake, and SaskTel has also introduced faster internet service in Fort San.
SaskTel today announced plans to improve 4G LTE cellular services in 43 rural communities throughout rural Saskatchewan by deploying a small cell site solution.
Today SaskTel announced plans to invest approximately $4.6 million to significantly improve the data capacity of 37 towers serving rural Saskatchewan by the end of March 2019. The full list of towers to be upgraded can be found below.
SaskTel announced today that it will offer subsidized High Speed Internet to thousands of low-income families all across Saskatchewan
SaskTel announced today that it will offer subsidized High Speed Internet to thousands of low-income families all across Saskatchewan through the Federal Government’s Connecting Families initiative.
Today SaskTel announced that it will invest approximately $301 million of capital in Saskatchewan in 2018-2019 and over $1.4 billion through the next five years.
This Mother’s Day, SaskTel expects that Saskatchewan residents will once again put their mobile devices through the paces as wireless data use and messaging continue to grow in popularity.
Today, in celebration of Earth Month, SaskTel announced the launch of its second Phones for a Fresh Start cellphone drive. Managing to divert over 5,000 cellphones and their accessories from the landfill during its last edition, the drive seeks to do even better this year.
The residents of three Saskatchewan Indigenous communities are now enjoying faster High Speed Internet. The communities of Nekaneet First Nation, Poundmaker Cree Nation, and Sweetgrass First Nation have been upgraded to SaskTel’s interNET Extended 5 service.
Today SaskTel announced that it has launched High Speed Internet service in the Village of Ebenezer.
Today Directwest announced that it is making an aggressive push into the digital out of home advertising space by acquiring 20 digital boards from Canadian Digital Signs Inc.
SaskTel Nears Completion of Project to Expand Fusion Internet to 34 Towers Serving Rural Saskatchewan
Today SaskTel announced that it has nearly completed a $4.2 million project to expand Fusion Internet to 34 additional towers serving rural Saskatchewan.
Today SaskTel announced that it has launched High Speed interNET Extended 10 in Air Ronge and La Ronge.
Today SaskTel announced that it has launched High Speed Internet service in the villages of Maryfield and Tugaske.
SaskTel’s I Am Stronger shows its support for Pink Shirt Day with rally at Evan Hardy Collegiate in Saskatoon
Today SaskTel announced the kickoff to the second annual I Am Stronger Pink Shirt Day rally.
Canada West basketball is coming to a television near you, as the conference is proud to partner with SaskTel to broadcast both the women’s and men’s championship games this weekend.
Today SaskTel announced that High Speed Fusion Internet will be available on 25 more towers serving rural Saskatchewan by the end of March 2018.
Today SaskTel announced plans to expand infiNET Saskatchewan's fastest fibre optics network, to Battleford and North Battleford.
Back by popular demand, The Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club and SaskTel maxTV announced today a broadcast partnership that designates SaskTel maxTV as the Official Television Broadcast Home of the Rush.
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