TekSavvy is monitoring the COVID-19 situation carefully and adding network capacity to help our customers stay connected. Our team is here to help through self-serve in the MySavvy customer portal, by email (support@teksavvy.com), or by phone at 1-877-779-1575. New customers may experience longer hardware delivery or installation timelines

Rating summary for the past year: Positive: 3 Neutral: 1 Negative: 7 11 ratings in the past year. 11 ratings in total. Sun, Jun 14, 2020. After being with TekSavvy for many years; I spent 2 months trying to get TekSavvy to deal with poor speed issues. TekSavvy is a re-seller of Cable and DSL solutions. While they offer better prices than the major ISPs, it's for good reason. 1. The switching cost is slightly higher since they make you buy the modem. Not too big of a deal if you justify it by saying that you'll amortize the modem cost over x years. However.. 2. The service is horrible. Please enter the code given to you by your support representative to begin your session. S'il vous plait, veuillez entrer le code d'accès fourni par le représentant, pour débuter la session. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is a Canadian residential and business telecommunications company based in Chatham, Ontario. Service i great. we had some problems setting Contact TekSavvy Support via Phone. Of course, not everything can be solved by reading through the topics in the help center. Because of this, TekSavvy made available direct phone lines to a number of their departments. These are the most used phone numbers for TekSavvy’s support services. Sales and services: 1-877-779-1575 This is common with new TVs – and it means that your sharpness control is too high for the content you are receiving. In fact, some experts recommend turning sharpness down all the way to zero as it tends to aggravate any and all image source problems. 8. TV not properly showing 4K or other high resolutions. There are two problems here.

TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is a Canadian residential and business telecommunications company based in Chatham, Ontario. Service i great. we had some problems setting

An activation fee ($50 to $85 depending on the service package selected). Your first month of pre-paid service. A one-time dry loop activation fee ($39 to $65 depending on service selected), and your first month dry loop fee ($5 to $26.94) depending on region and the band type, if required on your DSL Internet service only.

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Realtime overview of issues and outages with all kinds of services. Having issues? We help you find out what is wrong. I'm getting conflicting information about whether TekSavvy via Rogers Cable offers IPv6. Email support says they don't provide ipv6 prefixes, but recent posts here has people reporting that it's worked for years (and is working now), way back in 2012 Teksavvy made a big deal of running dual-stack for World IPv6 day, and Rogers has offered v6 since 2016, at which time TS was actively working on it. TekSavvy Blog Smartrg SR808ac Hardware Issue [fa icon="calendar'] Oct 28, 2019 12:24:30 PM / by TekSavvy Solutions Inc posted in TekSavvy Support , Hardware This isn't so much directed at TekSavvy. Reading about the different Canadian IPTV platforms from different IISPs, recording / DVR / PVR always seems to be missing at launch.