SaskTel has announced its maxTV Stream service has expanded to more rural locations, reaching 27 more communities.
“We are pleased that SaskTel continues to deliver world-class products like maxTV Stream to even more rural communities across our province,” said Don Morgan, Minister Responsible for SaskTel, in an issued statement. “It’s this dedication to serving the residents of our province that’s helped SaskTel become the leading communications and entertainment provider in Saskatchewan.”
The company’s maxTV Stream service offers traditional TV bundled (over 130 channels) with online services access such as Netflix and YouTube. Customers can access maxTV Stream from a smartphone or tablet, no matter where they are in the country.
The following locations now have access to maxTV Stream, which starts at $19.95 per month when bundled with SaskTel internet:
Balgonie, Canora, Coleville, Elfros, Emerald Park, Esterhazy, Goodeve, Grayson, Kamsack, Keeseekoose First Nation, Kelvington, Kerrobert, Lintlaw, Margo, Melville, Pilot Butte, Rama, Rocanville, Sheho, Springside, Stockholm, Tantallon, Theodore, Veregin, Wadena, White City and Wilkie.
You can check out the locations with access to maxTV Stream, as of April 2, 2019, below:
SaskTel says maxTV Stream is now available in close to 150 communities.