MTS TV customers can now enjoy live TSN and CTV on their phone or tablet –
Winnipeg, MB, November 12, 2015 – (TSX:MBT) MTS, Manitoba’s leading full-service telecommunications provider, today announced that the TSN GO and CTV GO mobile apps are now available for free to all MTS TV customers. TSN GO features some of the best live sports programming in Canada, including 60 live Winnipeg Jets games. CTV GO includes 14 of the 20 most-watched programs in Canada including The Big Bang Theory, Gotham, and How to Get Away with Murder.
“Enhancing the customer experience is our top priority,” said Heather Tulk, Chief Customer Officer of MTS. “With the addition of TSN GO and CTV GO along with the current MTS TV to Go app, our customers can watch news, live sports, and new episodes of their favorite shows on the go.”
For more information about TSN GO and CTV GO, please visit www.mts.ca/tvapps
About MTS Inc.
MTS is Manitoba’s leading communications company, connecting people and places with wireless, high-speed Internet, TV, home phone and security services. MTS also offers a full suite of business solutions, including information technology, data storage and cloud computing through EPIC Information Solutions and MTS Data Centres. Founded more than a century ago and deeply rooted in the community, MTS provides grants, scholarships, sponsorships and volunteer support to youth-serving organizations across the province through MTS Future First. MTS is wholly owned by Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (TSX: MBT). For more on MTS’s products and services, visit www.mts.ca.
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