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SaskTel, MTS both have HDTV – so where’s Bell, analyst asks?

News | 10/24/2006 4:00 am EDT

Television over Internet Protocol (IPTV) took another step in its march to become a viable competitor to cable TV last week when SaskTel launched 27 high-definition channels on its Max digital TV service. And as the first provider in North America to deploy HD over IPTV, SaskTel is leading the telco TV charge from the Canadian Prairies.

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