Bell Media announced today that four additional television service providers are now carrying its premium television streaming service, CraveTV: Hay Communications, Mitchell Seaforth Cable TV, Tuckersmith Communications, and Wightman Telecom. These new distribution partners join a growing list of providers that also includes Bell Fibe TV, Bell Satellite TV, and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV, TELUS Optik TV, Eastlink, Northwestel, Nexicom, Access Communications, and Cable Cable.
As part of today’s announcement, Bell Media also confirms that Eastlink customers can now access CraveTV through their set-top box, a new feature that launched on Monday. Eastlink previously provided the service through the CraveTV app and website only.
Established in 1911, Hay Communications Co-operative Limited is a full-service telecommunications provider serving residential and business customers in Zurich, Grand Bend, and Exeter, Ont. Mitchell Seaforth Cable TV is a television service provider serving communities throughout Huron and Perth County, Ont. Specializing in digital TV, cellular, landline, Internet and security services, Tuckersmith Communications Co-operative has been providing dependable communication services in Huron County, Ont. for more than 100 years. Founded in 1908, family-owned Wightman Telecom is one of Canada’s leading independent communications companies, providing Fibre to the Home, Internet, digital TV, phone, and mobility services to business and residential customers across Southwestern Ontario. As Canada’s largest, family-owned and operated telecommunications company with operations in eight Canadian provinces and Bermuda, Eastlink provides residential, business, and public sector customers with industry leading video entertainment and communications services.