Sasktel to improve wireless service in Veregin

Today SaskTel announced the launch of a small cell site in Veregin which will improve LTE cellular services in the community and the surrounding area. The new cell sites are part the Government of Saskatchewan’s Wireless Saskatchewan initiative to provide rural communities with enhanced access to reliable cellular and high speed internet services.

 

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“It’s great to see SaskTel enhance connectivity in rural Saskatchewan,” said Terry Dennis, MLA for Canora-Pelly. “This is a great boost for Veregin and we look forward to more build outs across the province.”

 

“SaskTel continues to invest in its networks, so our customers get the service they expect and need.” Doug Burnett, SaskTel President and CEO said. “With Saskatchewan’s largest LTE network, SaskTel customers can surf, stream, and download the content they want faster than ever before and from almost anywhere in the province.”

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