Sasktel News

Already available for pre-order through major Canadian carriers, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are both set to officially launch on March 16, 2018! Read more about these devices and their availability and pricing here.
It's an exciting time in Canadian mobile history! The Canadian Wireless Code is changing for the better of consumers. The end (of locked devices) is near! And an age of billing transparency is about to begin.
TCL Communication has confirmed that BlackBerry Motion will launch at multiple Canadian carriers as of November 10th. The Motion is similar to the BlackBerry KEYone, minus the Qwerty keyboard.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 just launched (On the same day that the iPhone 8 preorders launched. Hmm.). We've compiled a list of Canadian carriers that have the Note8 in stock.
Preorders for Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are both on as of today. The official launch date is coming up soon, on September 22nd. iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be available at all major Canadian and US carriers.
Apple has unveiled the 10th anniversary iPhone X. Preorders begin on October 27th and the official launch will be November 3rd, 2017. X supports Face ID facial recognition technology, Animoji, and Augmented Reality. Say hello to the future!
SaskTel has been dominating the news this past year. After recently completing large scale LTE network upgrades and bringing high speed wireless to just about all of Saskatchewan, even more upgrades are now underway.
SaskTel and the City of Moose Jaw have partnered up to launch free unlimited Wi-Fi for customers visiting city-run facilities. Wi-Fi installations will start to launch as soon as September.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note8 today, and pre-orders are open at Samsung.ca. The official launch date will September 15th, when it will become available at major Canadian and US carriers (along with a new and improved Gear VR headset).
SaskTel is now offering a new range of shareMORE voice and data plans. The new plans can be used nationwide and in the U.S. without racking up any roaming fees.

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