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Ukraine Long Distance Charges Waived

Long distance charges for all current TekSavvy residential and business phone customers calling Ukraine will be waived until further notice. No action is required by our customers as this will happen automatically.

TekSavvy is monitoring the Ukraine situation carefully.  Learn More

Press Releases

TekSavvy disappointed by CRTC billing practices decision

  • CRTC
  • rates
  • Regulatory

November 15th, 2011. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (“TekSavvy”), one of Canada’s leading independent Internet service providers, is disappointed with the rates for the wholesale high-speed services that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (“CRTC”) approved today. The rates are for services that Internet service providers need to purchase from the large telephone and cable companies, […]

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TekSavvy makes PROFIT 200 Fastest-Growing Companies ranking for third year in a row

  • growth
  • Innovation
  • PROFIT 200

June 1st, 2011. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. , one of Canada’s leading providers of telecommunications services, has been named to the 23rd annual PROFIT 200 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies by PROFIT Magazine. This is the third consecutive year that TekSavvy has made the PROFIT 200 ranking. "Making this list for the third straight year is a strong […]

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TekSavvy encouraged by Minister Clement's clear support of competition

  • competition
  • usage based billing
  • usage fees

March 2nd, 2011. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’ s leading independent Internet service providers, is encouraged by Industry Minister Tony Clement’s clear and unequivocal support of competition in the provision of Internet service to Canadians.  In particular, TekSavvy supports his opposition to the imposition of usage based billing on independent Internet service […]

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TekSavvy welcomes Minister of Industry Clement's review of anti-competitive CRTC decisions on Internet service

  • competition
  • CRTC
  • usage based billing

February 2nd, 2011. Chatham, Ontario.  TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’ s leading independent Internet service providers, welcomes Minister of Industry Tony Clement’s prompt response to recent decisions by the CRTC that threaten to constrain Canadians’ access to the Internet. These unfortunate regulatory developments, including the imposition of usage based billing (UBB) on companies like TekSavvy, […]

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TekSavvy responds to CRTC decision on Internet user fees

  • CRTC
  • internet user fees
  • usage based billing

January 25th, 2011. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent Internet service providers, reacted with disappointment to the decision handed down by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today on usage based billing (UBB) of Internet services. The result of the decision imposes limits on the ability to best serve its […]

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