The Canadian television industry started evolving during the late 1940’s. From its beginning it is highly influenced by the television industry of the U.S. In the 1950’s, owning a television was considered as a sheer luxury; after 60 years of which over 90% of Canadian households have active television connections with the majority of them being through digital cable.
By 2014, the broadcasting and cable TV industry’s market value of Canada had raised up to approximately 7.4 billion Canadian dollars. Today there are a number of cable TV operators available in the market. Here’s a list of few notable ones:
- Access Communications
Access Communications Co-operative Limited is a 100% Saskatchewan-owned non-profit co-operative. Previously known as Regina Cablevision Co-operative Ltd., this company operated as Cable Regina from the beginning of service in Regina in 1978 till 2000. Supported by more than 300 employees, 150 volunteers, this co-operative is now serving over 230 communities across the country.
Access became Saskatchewan’s largest cable provider by 2009. They offer various services to its customers, which include Internet access – dial up and high speed via cable modem, analogue, digital, high definition television, telephone, home security and also web hosting for subscribers and commercial entities. They also operate Access7, a community television channel. Contact Access Communication Phone Number for more details.
Their dedicated bunch of customer care representatives are deployed to help the customers to make the most of the Access services. Access Communications contact number & toll-free also can be contacted in case of requirement of more help.
- Bell Canada
A Canadian telecommunications and media company, founded in 1880, is Canada’s largest communications company. It is the main asset of the conglomerate Bell Canada Enterprises, Inc.
This company serves over 13 million phone lines and is headquartered at the Campus Bell complex in Montreal. Its subsidiary Bell Mobility is one of the big three mobile telecommunications providers of Canada, while Bell TV provides direct-to-home satellite TV service. They also operate an extensive network of retail outlets in more than 650 locations to ensure consumer have ready access to all services.
Their general line 1 866 301-1942 can be called & website http://support.bell.ca/Contact-us can be referred for any further assistance.
- Vmedia Canada
VMedia Inc., a Canadian telecommunications company and broadcast distribution provider, was launched in 2013. VMedia provides the best rate on TV, internet and home phone services, offering more choice, flexibility and innovative TV features.
Their VoIP telephone services, DSL and cable Internet is well-spread throughout Canada. After the launch of its IPTV television service in Ontario, they expanded their service to Quebec in 2016.
Their dedicated customer service team is available at +1-855-333-8269 to assist customers for any support.
- Shaw Communications
Shaw Communication Inc., also a Canadian telecommunication company, was founded as Capital Cable Television Company Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1966. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Shaw operates in British Columbia and Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Northern Ontario. They provide television, telephone, internet and mobile services all backed by a fibre optic network.
For any support customers can connect to the customer service via Shaw chat, Facebook Messenger and Twitter direct message or they can be called directly at +1-888-472-2222 24/7 for any technical support.