SaskTel disconnects ‘Connected’ Wi-Fi

17 Sep 2013

Provincial Canadian operator SaskTel has shut down its ‘Saskatchewan! Connected’ free wireless internet service, which was launched in four cities across the province six years ago with backing from the Saskatchewan government. The reason given for termination is a low level of usage of the service, offered in businesses districts and education campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw and Prince Albert. However, SaskTel is still offering free Wi-Fi in selected areas and plans to continue deploying hotspots in response to demand.

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