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Offering 4G service in Saskatchewan since 2010, SaskTel is a provincially-owned communications provider with more than 615,000 wireless subscribers. Their high-speed LTE network is the largest in Saskatchewan and covers 99% of the province. You can also use your phone across the rest of Canada worry-free thanks to roaming agreements with other networks.

SaskTel offers both prepaid and postpaid services. Postpaid plans run between $17 and $210 per month before add-ons and fees. Prepaid plans run between $18 and $40 per month before add-ons and fees.

Looking to pick up a phone to go with your service? SaskTel offers a wide range of phone options and Plus Pricing phone financings with approved credit. Already have a phone you love? SaskTel is currently offering a $10 monthly discount for bringing your own phone!

What’s Good?

  • No-contract plans available
  • Bring your own device plans with discounts
  • Phone financing available
  • Many plans include unlimited messaging
  • Flat-rate per-day roaming plans for frequent travelers
  • Exclusive discounts for subscribers with other SaskTel services
  • Multi-line data plans

What’s Bad?

  • Many plans are local calling only
  • Data optimization may reduce quality for video streaming

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Notable Features

  • Roam & Relax: For as little as $3 a day you can unlock flat-rate roaming to a specific country.
  • VIP 85: Already use SaskTel for TV and Internet? You can enjoy unlimited data, Canada and US calling and unlimited texts with the VIP 85 rate plan.
  • Cell-to-Cell Calling: Talk all you want with other SaskTel subscribers with free calling on select plans.
  • SaskTel Select Wi-Fi: Connect to SaskTel Select Wi-Fi hotspots at no additional charge with any SaskTel wireless subscription.

Awards and Recognitions

How’s the Network Coverage and Speed?

SaskTel claims their network will cover 99% of Saskatchewan by April 2017.

You can check coverage and network types in your area at their support page.

Notable considerations include:

  • Coverage outside of Saskatchewan is provided by other networks. Data speeds and coverage will vary by location.

In the 2016 PC Magazine study “Fastest Mobile Networks in Canada,” showed download speeds in Regina averaging 40Mb/sec and upload speeds averaging 19Mb/sec. Speeds in Saskatoon measured at 25Mb/sec for downloads and 22Mb/sec for uploads.

Do They Charge Roaming Fees?

For most SaskTel calling plans--those labelled Canada-wide--you won’t pay roaming fees for any calls placed inside Canada. If you’re entering an area with roaming charges, SaskTel will send a text outlining rates.

SaskTel offers a number of add-ons to keep manage roaming fees during travel to the U.S. or internationally.

Popular postpaid roaming add-ons include:

  • Roam & Relax US Daily: Unlock unlimited voice calling in the US for $3 per day. If you need data, you can add 300MB of US data to your plan for $5 per day.
  • Roam & Relax US 70: 500 US or Canada minutes, unlimited texting, 70 MMS and 2GB of data for $70 per month.
  • Roam & Relax International 65: 15 minutes, 50 texts and 20MB of data in select countries for $65 per month.
  • Roam & Relax Internation Text 100: 100 messages to Canada or the US from an international destination for $40 per month.

For a full list of Roam & Relax options and PAYG rates, consult their Travelling with Your Wireless Device and International Roaming Rates pages.

International roaming is not supported on SaskTel prepaid service. However, within Canada you can use the Bell and Telus networks at no additional charge.

What About Long Distance Fees?

Some SaskTel plans include Canada-wide calling with no long distance fees. However, many only include local calling. For $10 per month, you can add Canada-wide calling to these plans.

For international calls, rates differ by country. You can find more about specific calling rates on the SaskTel’s International Wireless Calling Rates page.

Does SaskTel Offer Wi-Fi Calling?

No. SaskTel does not support native Wi-Fi calling or offer a Wi-Fi calling app.

How About Voice over LTE (VoLTE)?

No.

Can I Tether My Phone?

SaskTel allows tethering with any plan that includes a data allotment. However, remember that data used by other devices tethered to your phone will count toward your monthly data allotment. You’ll receive a text when nearing your monthly cap. However, if you’re streaming HD video or using heavy bandwidth, you might clear your cap before the text arrives resulting in overage fees.

Do They Offer Data Rollover?

No, SaskTel does not offer any form of data rollover.

Do They Offer Add-ons or Bundles?

Yes! You’ll find a variety of options not listed in the previous sections for both prepaid and postpaid plans.

Prepaid add-ons include:

  • $15 to $50 per month for 150MB to 3GB of data
  • Unlimited text messages for $13 per month
  • Voicemail to text for $5 per month
  • Caller ID for $1 per month

Postpaid add-ons include:

  • Caller ID for $8 per month
  • Call forwarding starting at $2 per month
  • Detailed billing for $2.50 per month
  • Unlimited international texting for $5 per month
  • Voicemail services starting at $3 per month
  • Wireless device protection starting at $6 per month

Can I Bring My Own Device?

Yes! SaskTel supports most unlocked GSM, UMTS, HSPA and HSPA+ devices.

You can find additional information using their Non-SaskTel Device Compatibility Check tool.

Do They Require A Contract?

It depends on your needs.

If you do not have your own phone or the ability to pay retail price for a phone at the time of service, the Plus plans from SaskTel provide device financing. In exchange for a discount on a new phone, you’ll pay an additional fee each month for up to two years from the start of your service agreement.

You'll also find contracts on most postpaid monthly plans--though you're free to upgrade or downgrade most plans as you wish.

Prepaid and Bring Your Own Device plans are not subject to contracts.

What About Early Termination Fees?

If you have a contract agreement or device finance balance remaining, there will be a fee for you to cancel service with SaskTel. Their Transferring or Cancelling Your Wireless Service page states:

“All customers will pay the early cancellation cost which includes both: Early device upgrade balance and remaining phone financing payments”

For more information on SaskTel’s early termination fees, we recommend contacting SaskTel and discussing the issue with one of their representatives.

Can I Port My Number To or From SaskTel?

SaskTel follows all Wireless Number Portability guidelines allowing you to transfer your number from an existing landline or mobile line to your new SaskTel line of service.

Requirements are as follows:

  • The account from which you are transferring the number must be assigned to the same name and address as your SaskTel account.
  • The account you’re transferring from must be in good standing--including payment of any fees resulting from the porting of the number.
  • The number you’re transferring must be local to your service area.

Starting the process requires visiting a SaskTel Store or Authorized Dealer.

Will They Unlock My Phone?

Yes, provided your SaskTel account is in good standing. Unlocking your phone is as simple as visiting your nearest SaskTel Store or Authorized Dealer and paying a $50 unlocking fee.

For more information, check their Unlocking Your SaskTel Phone page.


For additional questions about SaskTel pricing, features and coverage, be sure to check out our SaskTel Q&A Forum. It’s filled with questions and answers from people like you looking to get the most out of their mobile service!

If you spot any errors or missing information, please let us know! It's appreciated and will help make this page better for everyone.


Voice network: CDMA
Data network: 1xRTT, HSPA+

SaskTel Customer Service

Mailing Address:
SaskTel, PO Box 2121, Regina, SK S4P 4C5

Phone Number:
800-727-5835

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Hollynumbertwo

Sasktel cellular coverage terrible.

We have been loyal Sasktel customers since the early 1980's - we are rural and we have always noticed a disparity in the service that we are provided vs that which is provided to their urban customers, even though we pay the same amount of money (too much money). With the onset of the Internet an... More

We have been loyal Sasktel customers since the early 1980's - we are rural and we have always noticed a disparity in the service that we are provided vs that which is provided to their urban customers, even though we pay the same amount of money (too much money). With the onset of the Internet and cell phones, this has become much worse. We have had to get our own internet tower, and pay dearly for mediocre service at best. There are cellular dead zones all over in our rural area - you cannot call my house from the back 40 of our farm yard, my husband could yell with better success. Our small community has no cell coverage, and as you travel north, it is hit and miss. Sasktel is aware of the problem, which has been going on for at least 5+ years. Sadly there aren't really any better options available to us, and they don't seem to be doing anything to try and improve our services. 

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Larry

getting worse all the time

Well, having used sask tel service for over 47 years i can say it isnt what it used to be. When land lines were the only thing they were great. Thats not saying much other than they kept up with the latest technology up to that point. Since the advent of internet and cell phones they seen to have st... More
Well, having used sask tel service for over 47 years i can say it isnt what it used to be. When land lines were the only thing they were great. Thats not saying much other than they kept up with the latest technology up to that point. Since the advent of internet and cell phones they seen to have started out on the right foot then quickly  stood still or went backwards. They let land lined deteriorate because  cell service was the new way, i have experienced the land line problems myself living in a rural area. Because landlines are so crappy in most cases they wont even offer a reasonable dsl service for internet. So we switched to cell service , and in our area it started out great for service, the plans were always a bit pricey though,especially comparing with other countries. The service quickly deteriorated because of an explosion of device sales and a corresponding demand on the infrastruture to support them. So they seem to have gotten behind the curve on the infrastructure and an unwillingness to address this properly seems to exist for many years now. Couple this with ever changing plans to nickle and dime you to death and well .... you get just another mediocre carrier. Yes i have talked to them till i figured out it was a waste of my time... the excuse machine and spin machine is the only thing they keep ahead of the curve on these days. On a positive note all carriers seem to be about equal as they either own, rent , or trade , on one anothers crappy systems, so pick your poison.  Less
amanda

sasktel for Saskatchewan is a joke

alot of dead zones! overly annoying. plans are over priced.
alot of dead zones! overly annoying. plans are over priced. Less
aflo

Sasktel needs new management

the company is just not what it used to be. i need to reset my router every other day... the services are more expensive than competition but not as good. at some point, the government needs to call it quits and let sasktel be acquired so they can step up their game. 

the company is just not what it used to be. i need to reset my router every other day... the services are more expensive than competition but not as good. at some point, the government needs to call it quits and let sasktel be acquired so they can step up their game. 

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Tyce

Sasktel is not doing very good we have call the Sasktel office more than 12 times in 2 weeks because are internet isn't working. We also live where the internet is good

David

not impressed

Use to think sask tel was great. (Always had good service). As of late I no longer feel this way. Have landline troubles now for almost to weeks. Can't seem to get a service tech out (keep making excuses) and yet I'll still have pay my monthly fee. Also cell service is horrible. May be time for priv... More
Use to think sask tel was great. (Always had good service). As of late I no longer feel this way. Have landline troubles now for almost to weeks. Can't seem to get a service tech out (keep making excuses) and yet I'll still have pay my monthly fee. Also cell service is horrible. May be time for private services. Less
Carol

Horrible cell service

Sasktel needs to improve cell service in rural areas. We have to pay the same rates as people in the cities but get very poor service. I tried 10 calls from my home phone to 3 different cell numbers (one was in our yard at the time) and each one went straight to voicemail cause they were out of r... More

Sasktel needs to improve cell service in rural areas. We have to pay the same rates as people in the cities but get very poor service. I tried 10 calls from my home phone to 3 different cell numbers (one was in our yard at the time) and each one went straight to voicemail cause they were out of range. This is terrible especially when you can see the tower from our yard. When you call to complain no one at Sasktel cares. 

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Cheyenne

Expenssive

It has good wifi and service but is really expenssive
It has good wifi and service but is really expenssive Less
Shea B.

Sasktel Fusion internet is complete crap.

Living in 2015 you'd expect having better internet then what you had 5 years ago. Sadly that is not the case. Fusion internet is overpriced and complete shit. You're given a download speed of 5 Mbps but that only lasts for 50 GB (which in this day and age is slim to none). Now if only I ever got 5 M... More
Living in 2015 you'd expect having better internet then what you had 5 years ago. Sadly that is not the case. Fusion internet is overpriced and complete shit. You're given a download speed of 5 Mbps but that only lasts for 50 GB (which in this day and age is slim to none). Now if only I ever got 5 Mbps. Less

Jeremy
Hi All, I want to let you all know our experience with Sasktel Fusion service, and the dealer that installed it. For those of you that aren't from around here is a 4G/LTE based rural internet service, that is supposed to give users a very nice 5MBps download speed. The initial install costs a minimum of 800$, but can be upwards of 2-3000$ if a tower is needed. The service is 80-90$ per month. It's not cheap. First off, there have been rumors flying the towers are being over sold (note this for later), but, rumors are rumors, right??? Well, it was a bit more than a rumor given that my neighbor called and asked for an install about 6 weeks ago and was told the tower was full, but just 2 weeks later someone else just down the road had it installed...... hhhmmmmmm.....that's odd. For 10-12 months, it was great. In the last 6 weeks it's been awful, and what's been even more awful is Sasktel and the Dealer's (Chittronics, Montmartre, Owner Cory Chittenden) willingness to even hear us out that there is a problem. My first reach out for help was to the Sasktel help line. They were entirely useless. We were told that the problem was that we had used 50GB (yes, FIFTY) of data. This is impossible. We don't stream. We don't use netflix. We don't us iTunes for movies. We have (well, had) no kids that are online gaming, and I don't online game. We were told we were also throttled for the same reason back in June, but we weren't - service was fine. I asked to speak to a manager over and over and met much resistance. I was put through to a 2nd level support guy, not a manager. He was also useless (clearly in his position due to union seniority rather than skill and experience). I asked to speak to a MANAGER and was told that someone would call me by the end of the day. That call back took 23 days - yes TWENTY THREE. During that call I was told that there's no way for them to log in to our system to try and help, nor was there a way for them to determine what could be causing the with the massive data usage. (note this for later) In the interim, I reached out to Chittronics for help. Their very helpful receptionist told be that they've been hearing all kinds of problems lately, and that she'd have a tech come out ASAP. That took a couple days (fair enough). When he come out he said everything was fine, and blamed our home network and tried to leave as soon as he could. I wouldn't let him, and I'm glad I didn't because then I started learning some stuff. I learned: They can indeed log in to assess the system, but they're not trained on it or just lie to their customers. They can indeed run reports as to where the data is being used, but they're not trained on it or just lie to their customers. That Sasktel has run out of equipment, entirely, province wide, so there is no back up equipment to swap out for any existing customers - which number in the 1000's That Sasktel tells it's dealers that the modem and antenna MUST be paired - therefore they would have to get 30' up in my yard to swap the antenna as well as the moden/router unit.....buuuutttt they tried to use an "unmatched" modem to help a customer out and it works just fine. While the tech was here, I called the owner of the Chittronics - I have his number because I loaned him my Manlift for 6 months in early 2015 - SIX months - based on a "vouch" from a very good childhood friend of mine. He immediately took an aggressive tone, and blamed our home network. He also began contradicting his tech and his receptionist saying that there hasn't been a rash of failures, and that the "NETWORK IS SOLID", and that "TOWERS CANNOT BE OVERSOLD". I took the very same tone with him and challenged every last thing he said, and I'm glad I did because I learned some more stuff. I learned: The towers can indeed be oversold, and most likely are. The reason for this is that the only method that Sasktel employs to ensure capacity limits are kept is to send out a fax - yes, just a fax - to their dealers stating "STOP SELLING". Well, low and behold some dealers KEEP SELLING!!! Huh?? Who knew??? OH wait, I did I also learned that the reports can indeed be run, and Cory promised me he'd get on that the next day. That was August 22nd, it's now Sept 7th, and we've seen hide nor hair of a report. That some genius at Chittronics rolled their manlift, so even if they were so inclined to try and help us out they'd not be able to, unless the tech was gonna shimmy up the pole......which I'm sure wouldn't be safe, or effective. I was told that were were again throttled for the August billing period (yet I could still run speed tests of 5-7.5MBps......strange) After that I started troubleshooting myself. Unplugging things, isolating things, etc, etc. I've spent 1.5 full days on this so far. I found that at times even when I am completely disconnected from everything other than the Sasktel modem/router unit our service is very spotty. There are times when I get 7.5Mbps, and times when it's .25Mbps, or even just times out during the speedtest. This was reported to Cory, to which he then had no answer. The other very interesting point is that even when we were told we were throttled to 2MBps, i could get 4,5,7.5MBps....... How is that???? Hmmmmm.....wierd. Around that time the 23 days before a call-back came. A very nice young lady called Holly from Sasktel called us, wondering how things were going - so we told her!!! Holly was the first person that CARED. She is the manager of the billing department, but for some reason has a dual role as a high level customer service person. Again, she's very nice, but used too many corporate words like "escalate" and "unfortunately" and "other department" so I asked to speak with her boss. Now we're onto a nice lady called Robyn, who makes us feel like we're being listened to, but time will tell on the results. As of today we still have horribly inconsistent service. From about 21:00 last night until noon today it was completely out. This has been going on for 6 weeks. After learning more about networking than I care about, I think that the router side of the modem/router combo is pooched. I've expressed this several times, to several people, yet no one has shown up at our gate/door with a new unit to try. My neighbor has been doing some web searching and found several others having similar problems to us, including the unexplained MASSIVE data usage. Now, the most recent slap in the face is a 160$ bill (arrived today) for the service call that accomplished NOTHING!!!! I took a pic of it and texted it to Cory, thinking that maybe it was produced by his staff automatically - NOPE!!!! A very insulting, yet entertaining text exchange occurred which I, without question, will be sharing with the managers as Sasktel, and would be happy to share with anyone who wants to see it - PM me. This has been a long read, and for that I'm sorry, but I'd much rather you see this an not go through the frustrations we have. This is a premium service, and we expect a functional result (actually, we expect a premium result, but right now I'd just take WORKING). -Jeremy. ps - I hope like hell that one of Sasktel's paid social media searcher's find this. No, I won't be taking it down, and I won't be retracting anything. It's all true, all fact, and I can back every last bit of it up.

Jeremy

Some updates, I'll be as concise as possible. After the sept 9th visit, I completely disconnected my entire home network, and sat there mindlessly watching ping tests whiz past. I was able to capture multiple packet drops, and latency's that were way out of the acceptable range. I tried to let the ST rep know this, but they wouldn't get me in touch with him. Fortunately the PC Place guys were kind enough to share there cel numbers with me, so I was able to get through to them and find out what is normal, and what isn't. The findings were, without question, ABnormal. So, now Sasktel, and everyone else who's been doubting me and telling me I'm wrong for 8 weeks, is forced to listen. Robin Harris, the Sasktel Customer service manager, tune then changed 180degrees. It went from "we're going to help you", "you're being heard", "we take responsibility for this" to "well, we are going to change out the defective equipment - even though we don't have to - but if this happens again, we won't be helping"...... WOW!!!! That's sure is a switch!!! This conversation was also the one where we were to address the issues with the owner of Chittronics' insulting string of text messages sent my way after I dared question the 160$ bill that was sent to us after absolutely nothing was accomplished or made better. The conversation was quite simple "Jeremy, I will not share with you any discipline or coaching that occurs with our employees or out dealer network". Now that's accountability!!!! The guy who benefits greatly from our tax dollars in the Montmartre area is immune to anyone knowing the results of his hot-headedness. Makes sense. See the dropbox link below for some screenshots of that interaction. https://www.dropbox.com/s/xscpgk404075apt/Screen%20Shot%202016-09-27%20at%2019.17.41%20.png?dl=0 During this conversation Robin also offered "why don't we just cut ties....we'll come take the equipment down and we'll go out separate ways"..... what!!??? Are you kidding?? So now your proven as wrong after 8 weeks of blaming me, and you wanna turn tail and run??? Wow, again. My answer was "no". So, the helpful guys from PC Place came out on the 16th and started the swap-over. He couldn't quite get everything done that day due to a scheduling issue, but he made time to get out and get it finished ASAP early the following week. He found 2 major faults with the chittronics installation. One - a continuous wire was NOT used from the antenna to the modem - something that is a no - no. So, instead they spliced it - and in doing so knicked part of the wire that was not repaired. Also, the PC Place installer found that a wire on our surge protector was loose, and therefore was a significant fire hazard. When we put up our business, code stated that we had to run individual 12g ground wires from every plug in to the breaker box, but I guess code doesn't have to apply to installs like fusion. Also, something that's been wrong the entire time is that the two kids that Chittronics sent out to do the install hammered the grounding rod into our driveway, even though I asked them not to. So, now when I'm plowing snow I get to worry about that too. Great. In that interval, I also had a very nice chat with someone who is very much "in the know" about this product. They'll remain nameless out of respect for their help. The Huawei equipment that Sasktel chose to go with, that we are left with no other choice than to go with, is complete ***. The processors within the modem/router box are known to burnout and fail. There is no way to simply have the box spit out usable signal that then you can distribute throughout your home as you see fit. The Huawei box has to be the one that hands out the IP addresses for your home network, and there's no way around that. THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS YOURLINK OR OTHER RURAL HIGHSPEED SERVICES - BEWARE. The new install is working great. I've got most of my network back up and running and it seems to be working just like it was before all this garbage started 10+ weeks ago. So now it's time to talk about some compensation for all this time wasted and frustration.... pay close attention to this part - you all need to know some very important points before you consider going with fusion. Robin offered us compensation for the 8 weeks that we were without service, but stated clearly that that was "over and above what they needed to do since they replaced all of the equipment for us free of charge".....the equipment was defective!!! WTH??? That was very very insulting. I lost 2 full days of my time trying to troubleshoot this, and prove to them that THIS WAS NOT AN ISSUE WITH MY NETWORK. I said is dozens, if not hundreds of times, and in the face of overwhelming evidence they remained adamant that this was my fault. I had to turn to these online forums before they really "jumped" - that's brutal. No one should have to be an online mouthpiece just to get the service that they pay for. BEFORE YOU GO WITH FUSION, YOU NEED TO KNOW THE FOLLOWING: 1. You, and your service/support needs will be tossed back and forth between ST and the dealers like hot potato 2. You likely don't know it, but if you go with Fusion, YOU own the equipment. You have no choice in the quality, brand, or country of origin of the equipment. The equipment is ***. If that crappy equipment fails after it's one year warranty, you are 100% on the hook for the replacement or repair to it - including manlift rentals, etc. This could easily be another 2-3000$ bill - THINK ABOUT THIS before you choose your provider. Yourlink was far from great, but when there was an equipment issue they came and dealt with it. 3. Fusion is not cheap to get. An install can easily cost 2500$ if you need a tower in your yard. 4. Fusion is not cheap per month. It's a premium service at 80$ per month. It's capped at 5MBPs (vs. 100MBPs for premium services in the city), and 50GB total per month. 5. Very few people at Sasktel actually understand the fusion system. Their entry level call center people certainly don't, and their second level people don't either. You will likely have to raise all kinds of chaos even to get to someone that A. Cares, and B. Knows what they are talking about enough to help you. You will be told stories by one person that is completely contradicted by another. They will call each other liars. You will be blamed for problems with your service and told they cannot help you from their desk (a false statement). You will be left in the middle with a 90$ a month bill and no internet service. 6. Sasktel has very very poor control of dealers overselling towers. Their method of controlling volumes is to tell the dealers, via fax, to stop selling. Sounds reasonable - "Dear Mr. Wolf, please stop eating the sheep. Thanking you in advance. Yours, Sasktel." I have been told by too many different people that this is the case for it not to be true. 7. Sasktel will pretend they care, until they have to put their money where their "care" is, and then their tune will change. 8. At the end of it all, if Sasktel is proven to be wrong beyond a shadow of a doubt, they are not above simply shrugging their shoulders, saying "well, we tried" and saying they can't provide the service that they won't allow any other telecom to provide in this province. Unreal. 9. For those of you that are new here, or that have forgotten, Sasktel is a monopoly in this province. If you think that they are going to act with accountability or reason, they won't - because they don't have to. They can hide names from you, they can blame unnamed people, they can just not call you back and get away with all of it. Remember this next time you hear that Brad Wall is looking to privatize it. Don't forget the $50M smart meter fiasco either..... I assume that this post is going to all be taken down by Sasktel PR people, so I am going to post it in a couple other SK community forums as well - the rider forum, an ATV one, etc. This experience has been absolutely brutal to say the least. I'm disgusted by Sasktel's arrogance. I truly hope that privatization comes swiftly and without warning, such that accountability and competition will be introduced into this market. I used to thing the SLGA was the crown that had to go first, but I've changed my mind. I can live without booze (or make my own), but in 2016 living without the internet in our modern world is pretty tough (and believe it or not I don't know how to put up my own cel towers). Hope you're all doing well out there, and that you never have to struggle with what should be a fairly simple thing to provide. If you do, I hope my posts help you out some. -J.

We were very satisfied

Mike attended at our home to install HD and pvr equipment today February 9th. both my husband and I found this SaskTel installer to be so pleasant and respectful of our space. his character and personality were calm and attentive to our need. Mike promptly offered to give us instructions on the u... More
Mike attended at our home to install HD and pvr equipment today February 9th. both my husband and I found this SaskTel installer to be so pleasant and respectful of our space. his character and personality were calm and attentive to our need. Mike promptly offered to give us instructions on the use of the remote control according to the new equipment. as older folks, it is important for a lesson to be given in slower manner, to which he showed comfort and patience to our age learning. This installer is amazing! Less