TekSavvy IPTV Launches in Chatham-Kent; Available on Apple TV and More [u]
TekSavvy has announced its new IPTV service is now available in the Chatham-Kent region of Ontario.
Known as TekSavvy TV and in partnership with affiliate cable company Hastings Cable Vision, a new IPTV service has launched today, offering over 100 HD channels from a variety of genres and also select video on demand from certain channels.
“Our TV team has been working non-stop to bring an amazing, simple and high-quality TV experience to our customers and we’re excited that it’s finally here.” Said Marc Gaudrault, CEO of TekSavvy and President of Hastings Cable Vision, in an issued statement to iPhone in Canada.
Those looking to sign up for TekSavvy TV can do so by visiting the company’s website, with Basic packages starting at $20 per month. The service requires a TekSavvy residential Internet subscription within minimum download speeds of 15 Mbps.
“Our customers have been asking for innovative, competitive Canadian television alternatives. TekSavvy TV now offers our customers more value with a great, easy-to-use experience on a device that they already own. It’s still early days for TekSavvy TV and we will be improving it, adding more devices, more features, and more channels, and rolling out to more areas in the coming months,” added Gaudrault.
TekSavvy TV is currently available as an app on Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire Stick.
Update: TekSavvy sent iPhone in Canada some images of their TekSavvy TV app:
Last July, TekSavvy and the Municipality of Chatham-Kent announced plans to build a high-speed fibre broadband network, park of a $26 million investment by the company, in its hometown.