SaskTel has announced the launch of maxTV Stream – a new service for Saskatchewan , Canada that combines the best of traditional television with advanced new features and the latest OTT content from Netflix and YouTube.
“The launch of maxTV Stream is yet another example of SaskTel’s drive to be an innovator and industry leader,” said Don Morgan, Minister Responsible for SaskTel. “It’s this ambition that has helped SaskTel become the leading communications and entertainment provider in Saskatchewan.”
“With its cutting-edge technology and impressive set of features, maxTV Stream will completely transform television and entertainment in Saskatchewan,” added Doug Burnett, Acting President and CEO of SaskTel. “Plus, by leveraging our expansive broadband network, we’ll be able to deliver maxTV Stream to hundreds of communities, making it more widely available than any other wireline television service in Saskatchewan.”
Available immediately in 11 rural communities and the infiNET served neighbourhoods of Saskatchewan’s major urban centres in Canada, SaskTel plans to expand maxTV Stream to more than 350 communities by 2020. The service starts at C$19.95 per month when bundled with SaskTel Internet service.