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  • Business
  • Remote Worker Solutions

TekSavvy announces business Remote Worker Solutions

Protecting sensitive financial and customer data with a distributed and remote workforce, affordably and without headaches. November 17, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent internet service provider (“ISP”), today announces the broad availability of their Business Remote Worker solutions. Combining robust security appliances, software clients and the 24/7 monitoring capabilities of […]

Read moreTekSavvy announces business Remote Worker Solutions

  • CRTC
  • Universal Broadband Fund

Historic subsidies for rural broadband projects clear the way for CRTC to lower prices for weary consumers and remove barriers to independent investment: TekSavvy

ISP says billions in subsidies will close Canada’s digital divide, clearing way for CRTC’s 2019 rate decision to deliver price relief for consumers and accelerate $250 million in planned investment November 10, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent service provider (ISP), today welcomed the federal government’s announcement of the Universal Broadband […]

Read moreHistoric subsidies for rural broadband projects clear the way for CRTC to lower prices for weary consumers and remove barriers to independent investment: TekSavvy

  • Essex County
  • fibre-optics
  • SWIFT

SWIFT Announces $19M in Broadband Improvements for Essex County

Essex County to receive $19 million in broadband upgrades to support five fibre-to-the-home projects. More than 5,000 households to see improvements in broadband internet services throughout the municipalities of Essex, Kingsville, Leamington and Lakeshore. Construction to be fully completed by Fall of 2022. (Essex County, ON) October 30, 2020 – Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology (SWIFT) […]

Read moreSWIFT Announces $19M in Broadband Improvements for Essex County

  • competition
  • CRTC

TekSavvy asks Court to quash CRTC’s stay of 2019 wholesale Internet rates order

ISP says CRTC’s decision is unreasonable and contrary to federal government’s directive to promote competition and consumer interests. October 29, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (“TekSavvy”), Canada’s largest independent Internet service provider, has asked the Federal Court of Appeal to quash a CRTC decision dated September 28, 2020 (the “Stay Decision”), in which the […]

Read moreTekSavvy asks Court to quash CRTC’s stay of 2019 wholesale Internet rates order

  • competition
  • CRTC
  • FCA

TekSavvy demands immediate refund from Bell, Rogers after FCA rejects ‘dubious’ appeals of CRTC wholesale rate decision

ISP says it will cease payments until CRTC-ordered rate correction and refund received in full Sept 11, 2020 TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy)  praised today’s unanimous decision from the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) rejecting appeals filed by Canada’s largest telecom and cable companies (such as Bell Canada and Rogers), who sought to overturn a key […]

Read moreTekSavvy demands immediate refund from Bell, Rogers after FCA rejects ‘dubious’ appeals of CRTC wholesale rate decision

  • competition
  • CRTC
  • rate decision

Cabinet decision means higher prices, less competition for Internet services: TekSavvy

ISP says Cabinet’s verdict on wholesale rates backtracks on affordability, creates uncertainty and rewards anti-competitive behaviour, leaving it with no choice but to raise prices August 17, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent Internet Service Provider (ISP), today voiced its dismay and disappointment in a recent decision by the federal Cabinet […]

Read moreCabinet decision means higher prices, less competition for Internet services: TekSavvy

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