Halifax, NS –Eastlink announced today that residents and businesses in the Town of Digby now have the advantage of competitive telephone service.
“We understand how important it is to ensure that our customers have access to advanced, competitive telecommunications services,” said Deborah Shaffner, President and COO Eastlink.
“Over the last few years, we have invested heavily in our fibre network to bring industry-leading video entertainment, high speed internet and local phone services to more than 400 communities across this province. We are proud to be the first to introduce competitive telephone to the Town of Digby.”
As the first company to offer a triple play, bundled service, Eastlink is providing Digby residents and businesses choice in local telephone and the opportunity to experience the convenience, value and savings of Eastlink’s signature bundle.
Eastlink customers benefit with bundled services including:
- Telephone: allows residents to switch easily, keep their current phone number and listing, enjoy customized Calling Features, choose from competitive Long Distance rates; and access voice mail to-email;
- High Speed Extreme 15: the fastest High Speed Internet in town with 15 Mbps download speeds; and
- Digital TV: including access to hundreds of the most popular channels including Specialty Channels and Theme Packages.
“As we continue to invest in communities across Nova Scotia, we look forward to rolling out even more enhanced services in the months to come,” continued Ms. Shaffner.
Headquartered in Nova Scotia with more than 1,600 employees from coast to coast, Eastlink delivers world-class video entertainment, internet and telephone services to residential, business and public-sector customers across Canada.
Using its state-of-the-art fibre network, Eastlink offers advanced services including the best OnDemand and HD programming, High Speed Internet including our Internet 100 Mbps, competitive local telephone services, and exclusive locally produced programming via Eastlink TV.
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