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A warning for Sasktel Max customers.

October 3, 2010

If you don’t live in Saskatchewan, you can just skip this post.

For those of you who do not read the StarPhoenix on a daily basis, you’ve probably missed a key bit of information about the upcoming SaskTel Max upgrade.  SaskTel will send you new remotes and more information one or two weeks before the automatic upgrade occurs but that might not give you enough time to watch all of your recorded shows.  Why is this important?  Because ALL OF YOUR RECORDED SHOWS WILL BE ERASED.

Holy crap!  We had 53 hours of recorded shows which I have now edited down to 23 hours which is still a lot of television.  I think that most of the Deadliest Warriors have been viewed but we definitely have to watch the rest of Big Bang Theory Season 3 so that we can watch the Season 4 episodes that we’ve recorded.

Thanks to Murray Hill‘s column in today’s StarPhoenix we had advance warning.  Was this information in a previous SaskTel mailing?  Did I just completely miss it?

Anyway … you’ve been warned.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. afshana permalink
    October 4, 2010 11:11 am

    “ALL OF YOUR RECORDED SHOWS WILL BE ERASED.” Donot write in caps, dear…crazybengal will think you are a child screaming!!!

  2. crazybengal permalink*
    October 4, 2010 11:19 am

    That’s okay – that is an example of where it is appropriate to scream – I would too.

  3. afshana permalink
    October 4, 2010 11:23 am

    so it is appropriate if you think so but inappropriate if i do…DOUBLE STANDARDS! you scream when you want to and i certainly will when i want to.

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