CraveTV Continues to Grow as SaskTel Signs On as Latest Distributor
– SaskTel becomes latest CraveTV distributor, along with NRTC Communications, WTC Communications, and Tbaytel –
Bell Media announced today that CraveTV™ is further expanding its reach, with additional distributors signing on for the on-demand premium television streaming service. Beginning May 12, SaskTel is offering CraveTV to its maxTV™ subscribers. SaskTel joins NRTC Communications, WTC Communications, and Tbaytel who are already offering the service to customers. These four distributors join a growing list of providers that includes Bell Fibe TV, Bell Satellite TV, Bell Aliant FibreOP TV, Eastlink, TELUS Optik, and many more.
“We are delighted to be able to deliver CraveTV to the Saskatchewan market by partnering up with SaskTel,” said Domenic Vivolo, Executive Vice-President, Content Sales, and Distribution Marketing, Bell Media. “We are committed to providing CraveTV to Canadians across the country and continue talks with all television providers to make that goal a reality.”
SaskTel is Saskatchewan’s leading communications provider with a history that dates back to 1908. As the first telecommunications company in Canada to offer call display, call trace, and call return, SaskTel continues this legacy of innovation by signing on for premium SVOD service CraveTV. SaskTel currently services over 1.44 million customers including 250,000 internet users, and 100,000 maxTV subscribers.
NRTC Communications, a communications service provider since 1911, has been providing high-quality, reliable telephone service in the Upper Ottawa Valley for the past 100 years. WTC Communications has been providing communications solutions for business and residential clients throughout Eastern Ontario for more than 80 years. Established in 1902, Tbaytel is a municipally-owned telecommunications company servicing the people, businesses, and communities of Thunder Bay, Ont. and the surrounding area.
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