SaskTel expands 5G services

 

SaskTel is expanding its service in rural Saskatchewan.

SaskTel says it has expanded 5G network to the communities of Baildon, Craik, Davidson, Ituna, Turtleford and the Nekaneet First Nation.

SaskTel minister Don Morgan says wireless connectivity is important in rural areas and communities.

SaskTel says 5G will support more data-driven smart solutions for agriculture and other industries to help drive economic development.
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