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|Jurisdiction||Thunder Bay and surrounding area|
|Agency executive||Dan Topatigh, Interim President & CEO|
Tbaytel has grown to become the largest independently owned telecommunications provider in Canada and offers products and services that include Data, Voice, Wireless, Internet, Digital TV and Security.
Tbaytel positions itself as having Northern Ontario’s largest 4G Network within a 300,000 km2 area providing coverage along major highway corridors from just west of Sault Ste. Marie to the Manitoba border and north to Red Lake and Geraldton to the US border.
From 2004 to 2012, Tbaytel has contributed over $170 million in dividends to the City of Thunder Bay.
Tbaytel announced on March 24, 2010 that they will be launching their own 4G HSPA network in the second half of 2010. This announcement came at the same time as their planned agreement with Rogers Communications to provide Canada-wide roaming.
Tbaytel launched Digital TV Service on November 23, 2010. At launch, the service provided HDTV, whole-home PVR and web-based scheduling of recordings using Motorola VIP2262 set-top boxes.
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