Sasktel Outage Report in Carrot River, Saskatchewan

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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 Carrot River, Saskatchewan

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

Sasktel Outage Chart in Carrot River, Saskatchewan 07/19/2024 00:50

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (42%)

    Internet (42%)

  2. TV (36%)

    TV (36%)

  3. Wi-fi (17%)

    Wi-fi (17%)

  4. E-mail (6%)

    E-mail (6%)

Community Discussion

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Sasktel Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • cstewartyqr Colin Stewart (@cstewartyqr) reported

    @habpipes @hinz_tamara Morgan didn't specify towers for data, though. He said towers in general. Which begs the question.... My dad had a cellphone in about 1995. How did SaskTel provide service if they didn't build towers?

  • trishsnoop The Things I Say (@trishsnoop) reported

    Well, it must be spring. @Sasktel pedestal is thawing again, we have no service again. Took the tech 2 hours to tell us what we already know: @Sasktel doesn't care about its customers or their service. This annual tradition can be counted on like clockwork. Who needs internet?!

  • bhartianinCA BhartiainCA (@bhartianinCA) reported

    @SaskTel Max tv stream service needs more work, adjustments and better user friendly interface

  • alexYQR Alex 🇨🇦🌾 (@alexYQR) reported

    @veepatz @SaskHealth There was a sasktel cell outage yesterday that required a phone restart to resolve

  • VanessaWillford Vanessa Willford (@VanessaWillford) reported

    @drsusanshaw @SaskTel Yes and they are all leaving me messages that I am in trouble with Border Services. Every single one is a 306-251 number - just like mine.

  • Sharissa177 Sharissa (@Sharissa177) reported

    Anyone else’s internet down @SaskTel in McCarthy park…

  • Punk_Rocker_724 Andres Roldan (@Punk_Rocker_724) reported

    @drsusanshaw @SaskTel Within a couple of days I’ve had 3 but never answered them!

  • pau1234la thanks, pants! ☀︎ (@pau1234la) reported

    @birlios Ok and significant investments to telecoms in Indigenous, Northern, and rural communities. Make SaskTel internet and phone service free.

  • PrairieMobile Prairie Mobile (@PrairieMobile) reported

    Before plugging your phone in, turn on airplane mode (found in settings). This will disconnect your device from SaskTel’s network, but greatly increase your charge time as your device will not be using the extra battery to keep your phone connected.

  • AnthonyPenner5 Anthony Penner (@AnthonyPenner5) reported

    @tammyrobert Wait. Just wait. I had to look this up. SaskTel's cell service started in 1989. Romanow and Calvert (91-2003). The claim is that during foundational years, there were no cell towers built? 21 years since the NDP's been in. Why the sweet hell is this a talking point?