TekSavvy expands TV service

Jul 19 • Business, Feature Story2 Comments on TekSavvy expands TV service

TekSavvy is taking its Internet TV service provincewide.

The Chatham-based company and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cablevision Ltd. announced the launch of its IPTV service, TekSavvy TV, across the province of Ontario Monday. TekSavvy TV offers customers more than 115 HD channels of sports, movies, series, and kids programming including video-on-demand content from selected television channels.

“We’re excited to roll out TekSavvy TV to the rest of the province,” said Marc Gaudrault, CEO of TekSavvy and President of Hastings Cable Vision, in a media release. “Our customers have told us that they want a simple, high-quality TV experience at a fair price.”

TekSavvy TV rolled out to Chatham-Kent TekSavvy subscribers back in February.



2 Responses to TekSavvy expands TV service

  1. Joanne Stobbs says:

    I want to know if I can get it in Orillia and how much it costs

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