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CraveTV now available to SaskTel subscribers

Briefs | 05/07/2015 2:31 pm EDT

BCE Inc. said Thursday that its streaming service CraveTV will be available to subscribers of Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corp.'s MaxTV service on May 12.

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