Local 10-digit dialing will change the way you make local calls, record phone numbers, and provide your phone numbers to others. Prepare early so you'll be ready to switch to local 10-digit dialing when it becomes mandatory for all SaskTel residential and business customers on May 11, 2013.
Local 10-digit dialing will become mandatory for all SaskTel customers on May 11, 2013. Remember to always specify your area code whenever you give out your home phone, work phone, cellular phone or fax numbers. And make sure to include your 10-digit phone number on your personal cheques, business cards, stationery, insurance forms, medical forms, etc.
You can now start adding the 306 area code to all programmed numbers in your telecommunications equipment and features, including:
Support for services and equipment on www.sasktel.com/support
To help you prepare for mandatory local 10-digit dialing, there is support information available on www.sasktel.com/support for some services and phones. To search for instructions to program features such as Message Manager, Call Forward, etc., visit www.sasktel.com/support and search for that feature. Or try searching for your equipment by model name and/or number.
Please note: all dates are tentative and subject to change.