TekSavvy has announced it has launched cable internet in select cities within New Brunswick and Newfoundland.
According to the company, communities in Fredericton, Moncton, Corner Brook, Gander St. John’s NF, Saint John NB and many others, now have access to cable internet from the independent telecom service provider. Packages vary based on the address and prospective customers can enter their address on the TekSavvy website to see what’s available.
“This eastern launch brings TekSavvy’s award-winning, customer-first internet services to even more Canadian homes,” says Marc Gaudrault, TekSavvy’s founder and CEO, in a statement. “Consumers want real choice and competition and we’re happy to provide that with fair prices and unlimited usage. TekSavvy has been proudly serving Canadians for more than 20 years by delivering on our commitment to fighting for Canadians’ rights online.”
TekSavvy says the following areas now have access to cable internet:
- Saint John
- Corner Brook
- Grand Falls-Windsor
- Notre Dame
- St. John’s
TekSavvy says its cable internet starts at $53.95 per month, with speeds from 75 Mbps and 150 Mbps and no monthly data limits.
“With the launch of cable internet service, TekSavvy allows consumers to connect to higher download speeds at fair prices without long-term commitments,” explains the company in a press release.