Sasktel Outage Report in Sandy Lake, Manitoba

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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 Sandy Lake, Manitoba

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

Sasktel Outage Chart in Sandy Lake, Manitoba 07/13/2024 05:30

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (59%)

    Internet (59%)

  2. Wi-fi (21%)

    Wi-fi (21%)

  3. TV (14%)

    TV (14%)

  4. E-mail (7%)

    E-mail (7%)

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Sasktel Issues Reports Near Sandy Lake, Manitoba

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Sandy Lake and nearby locations:

  • DaveNuss17 🇨🇦Dave Nussbaumer (@DaveNuss17) reported from Sandy Lake, Manitoba

    Shout out to Sask Tel cell service…especially compared to Manitoba between Yorkton and embarrassment! @SaskTel

Sasktel Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • FraserPxP John Fraser (@FraserPxP) reported

    @SaskGatz @saskrushfans My sources say replacing Sasktel is one of the reasons there is near zero municipal support on this. It would all have to come from the private sector

  • DavidShieldcbc David Shield (@DavidShieldcbc) reported

    @TerryMassey @charlieclarkyxe @SaskRushLAX I don't know if it's premature. The issue is going in front of committee this morning, and Davies, a board member of SaskTel Centre and councillor made comment. Hopefully we'll get more info from this morning's meeting!

  • yknot05 y knot (@yknot05) reported

    @UncleRee1 ON rellies wld bring their Rogers cell phones to SK and have trouble getting a signal if it was outside major urban areas/off major transportation routes. Extended family wld lend them our SaskTel phones while they were here so they could travel in confidence to get signals

  • Vigilance2021 Thetimeisathand (@Vigilance2021) reported

    @CKOMNews. Sasktel annual revenue $1.2 B. Estimated 1.35 M customers. Doubling 911 fees from $.94 to $1.88/mo for every customer will increase monthly profits by $1.26 M or $15.2 M annually. Can public get a cost analysis of this 911 system cash grab..I mean upgrade?

  • tenorbug Spencer W. McKnight (@tenorbug) reported

    Really love that every email I send to a person with a @SaskTel .net email is marked as spam. Even when replying to an email sent by them. How is that even useful?! Fix your damn email service.

  • DinoRancho (Fake) Pastor Dino Den Esau, Hot Takes LTD (@DinoRancho) reported

    Interesting. A good friend, who has a hard of hearing son, just sent me the forms from SaskTel that allow hard of hearing people, (me, I never admit but I do have the hardware), to save $15 a month on their wireless bill. OK, this has been a pretty good day. Where's Allen Funt?

  • leechwater grundewa (@leechwater) reported

    @arroz @wrychrd SaskTel in Saskatchewan Canada is a great public telecoms provider. Half the cost of private telcos for better coverage with more cellular data and better customer service. They follow the private model but cut the profit incentive, thereby reducing prices for consumers

  • BrentMcKee Brent McKee🇨🇦 (@BrentMcKee) reported

    @Omphalo77707274 @CBCNews I live in Saskatchewan and have my phone service through SaskTel. I don't know what competition is like elsewhere but having SaskTel as a regional competitor had helped.

  • GregOnSports 𝔾𝕣𝕖𝕘𝕆𝕟𝕊𝕡𝕠𝕣𝕥𝕤 🌾🏈🎙️ (@GregOnSports) reported

    So if my phone is set for automatic time based on the network and I'm on the Sasktel network... Why the f@ck did my time change?

  • emdashklatt Emily Klatt (@emdashklatt) reported

    Sasktel is far from perfect, but having a publicly-owned telecoms service is very good