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DMTS A Division of Bell Aliant
65 Princess St.
Dryden, Ontario
Telephone:   807-223-1100 
Fax: 807-223-1109

The City of Dryden is well serviced by state-of-the-art competitively priced telecom solutions ensuring individuals and businesses have multiple points of access to global communications. DMTS is a full service telecommunications company owned by Bell Aliant. Established in 1912 DMTS operates as an independent local exchange carrier, providing telephone, radio paging, highspeed internet, highspeed wireless internet, and satellite telephone and internet service to the City of Dryden, and surrounding area in Northwestern Ontario. DMTS provides engineering, installation and service on a wide variety of telecommunications equipment for business and residential purposes.

Bell Aliant (TSX: BA) is one of North America’s largest regional communications providers, serving a population of 5.3 million Canadians. Bell Aliant provides communication and technology services such as voice, data, Internet, TV, and value-added business solutions to customers in Ontario, Quebec and the four Atlantic Provinces. It was also the first company in Canada to cover an entire city with fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) technology. The company provides products and services under the brands of Bell, Bell Aliant, KMTS, DMTS, NorthernTel, Telebec and Cablevision. Bell Aliant employs approximately 7,000 employees across six provinces and has annual revenues of $2.8 billion. Bell Canada Enterprises has a 44 per cent interest in Bell Aliant.

Bell Canada

Your area code + 310-BELL (2355) or 1-800-668-6878  from anywhere in North America (no charge)

Hours of operation
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday - 8:00am to 5:00pm


For 127 years Bell Canada has served Canadians' communication needs. With local and long distance phone service, wireless voice and data services, internet access, satellite television, and a host of other solutions and services to Canadian homes and businesses.

Local Access and Long Distance

Bell Canada operates an extensive local access network that provides local and long distance telephone services to residential customers, with the highest reliability. Our offering includes a full range of convenient and value-added services for consumers that such as call display, call waiting and voice mail.

Internet Access

Sympatico provides fast, consistent Internet access to over 2.4 million subscribers, whether through High-Speed, Ultra, fibre-optic or wireless broadband service. Bell also collaborates with Microsoft Corporation to offer Canadians the portal, Canada's most popular Internet destination, with information, entertainment, broadband content and premium features.

Digital Voice is a leading-edge IP telephony service for consumers. The first of its kind in Canada, it delivers advanced IP-based communications capabilities together with the quality and reliability of Bell's networks, without the need for an Internet connection.


Customer Service:  807-623-4400  or  1-800-264-9501

539 Government St. (Oshtugon Computers)
Dryden, Ontario

Hours of operation
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm


Tbaytel enhances wireless service through expansion, research, technological advancements and support services. Stay on the cutting edge with the value that Tbaytel offers. Hook up to Tbaytel's high quality, reliable and affordable mobility solutions for your business and personal needs and talk it up.

Tbaytel's data roaming service now extends beyond Canada to the United States. Connect with voice and data to keep in touch on your BlackBerry, Treo or other wireless device.

Shaw Communications

75 Queen St.
Dryden, Ontario

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Sales & Customer Service Care: 

Shaw Communications Inc. is a diversified Canadian communications company whose core business is providing broadband cable television, High-Speed Internet, Digital Phone, telecommunications services (through Shaw Business Solutions) and satellite direct-to-home services (through Shaw Direct) to 3.2-million customers. Shaw is traded on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges and is included in the S&P/TSX 60 index (Symbol: TSX - SJR.B, NYSE - SJR).

Shaw Communications Inc. was incorporated in 1966 under the name Capital Cable Television Co. Ltd. It subsequently changed its name to Shaw Cablesystems Ltd. in 1984, and then to Shaw Communications Inc. in 1993. Over the years, Shaw has greatly expanded its network and its leading edge product and service offerings and is now the leading residential broadband service provider in Western Canada, with approximately 2.1 million cable television customers and more than one million internet customers.

Shaw Business owns and operates a continent-wide, fiber-optic network that spans over 625,000 km and extends from coast to coast. In addition to being the primary Internet backbone for Shaw's broadband Internet customers, Shaw Business offers all levels of service to Internet Service Providers, carriers and large enterprises.