Sasktel Outage Report in Bluffton, Alberta

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Sasktel (Saskatchewan Telecommunications) offers mobile and landline based communications services to businesses and individuals in in Saskatchewan. Services include mobile phone and mobile internet as well as broadband internet, dial-up internet and internet TV (IPTV).

Problems in the last 24 hours in Bluffton, Alberta

The chart below shows the number of Sasktel reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Bluffton and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Sasktel Outage Chart in Bluffton, Alberta 11/29/2023 13:00

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Sasktel users through our website.

  1. Phone (45%)

    Phone (45%)

  2. Internet (33%)

    Internet (33%)

  3. Wi-fi (8%)

    Wi-fi (8%)

  4. TV (7%)

    TV (7%)

  5. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  6. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

Community Discussion

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Sasktel Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • DaleBurnay Fifelake (@DaleBurnay) reported

    @eljmagee Just received a message from Sasktel Support, there is an issue with their email.

  • SaskTelSupport SaskTel Support (@SaskTelSupport) reported

    Yesterday evening, SaskTel restored wireless services at Sarnia Beach, Glen Harbour, and the surrounding areas. SaskTel would like to apologize for any inconvenience this outage may have caused, and would like to thank customers for their patience and understanding. #skoutage

  • SaskTelSupport SaskTel Support (@SaskTelSupport) reported

    @DarsChaos Hi Darla, very sorry for any inconvenience. There is an issue affecting Sasktel email. We are working to fix this as quickly as possible. We will make an update once fixed. #skoutage

  • SaskTel SaskTel (@SaskTel) reported

    @aehrmantraut20 Hi Andrea, so sorry for any inconvenience. There is an issue affecting Sasktel email. We are working to fix this as quickly as possible. @SaskTelSupport will make an update once fixed. #skoutage

  • canadawineguy Rob PW (@canadawineguy) reported

    Just me, or is Infinet20 getting a little unreasonable? I understand inflation, and also understand what the competition is doing. But for a loyal customer who doesn't cost much to keep, it doesn't feel right. Thoughts @SaskTel?

  • adolwyn Beth Allan (@adolwyn) reported

    @DanielShawAU @Verizon @ATT That is, unfortunately, a very common experience chasing in Canada, especially in southern SK/MB. If you plan to continue in Canada - Sasktel is the best for Saskatchewan chasing (and even it is spotty). Rogers is best for Manitoba, but in the SW corner, all service is iffy.

  • Ben24056771 Ben (@Ben24056771) reported

    @SaskTel No your a terrible company and no longer user friendly. You rip people off and steal their money.

  • ToddRenneberg Todd Renneberg (@ToddRenneberg) reported

    Hey @SaskTel is your plan to make cell service sooo bad i sign back up for a land line. #yourservicesucks

  • Bnovak11 political watchdog (@Bnovak11) reported

    @SandraSherida18 Then we talked about SIS and what a joke. Their accounting is ridiculous you can’t included fixing your car or vetting your dog, paying off bills SaskTel bills not counted. Gas not counted but how does one go for appointments with no vehicle, we have no bus service.

  • Boots_Of_Chaos Boots (@Boots_Of_Chaos) reported

    @LittleVMills It can help when your province still has a crown corp ISP. We can get 1Gbps down/500Mbps up with no cap from SaskTel, but it does also cost $150 a month without a deal.