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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.

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Press Releases

  • competition
  • CRTC
  • fibre-optics

TekSavvy hails CRTC decision to raise the bar for Canadian broadband

July 23rd, 2015. Chatham, Ontario.  TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent telecommunications providers, yesterday hailed a major policy decision from the CRTC, Canada’s communications markets authority. The decision requires large telecom and cable carriers to let competitors access their all-fibre network connections to consumers’ homes.  Implemented properly, the decision will allow independents like TekSavvy […]

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  • awards
  • Canadian Telecom EOC Award
  • CCEOC

TekSavvy recognized again as top telecom employer

June 2nd, 2015. Chatham, Ontario.  TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent telecommunications service providers, is thrilled to announce that it is a 2015 recipient of the Telecom Employer of Choice (EOC) Recognition Award. This marks the second consecutive year that TekSavvy has been recognized in this way. “We’re very pleased to see our […]

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  • copyright
  • privacy
  • trolling

TekSavvy disappointed by narrow Federal Court copyright decision - Potential chilling effect on intermediary involvement in protecting privacy

March 19, 2015. Chatham, Ontario & Gatineau, Québec. TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent telecommunications providers, has expressed disappointment in the Federal Court’s decision this week that TekSavvy could recover only $21,500 -- less than six percent -- of the costs incurred as a result of U.S. copyright owner Voltage Pictures LLC’s lawsuit […]

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