Customers in the Northwest Territories and Yukon will have full access to TELUS wireless products and services. For the same prices as anywhere in Canada, residents up North may now enjoy SharePlus plans with unlimited nationwide talk, text and shared data as well as 4G LTE technology. Starting September 6, customers will be able to [...]
One of the key components in TELUS buying Mobilicity for $380 million was acquiring valuable wireless spectrum that all Canadian mobile carriers are seeking. However, the federal government will not allow Mobilicity to transfer its wireless spectrum to TELUS, it was announced at a news conference in Ottawa on June 4th. Industry Minister Christian Paradis [...]
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TELUS has introduced the fastest wireless technology in the world to a receptive audience in Saint John, New Brunswick. Starting March 12, Saint John customers will be enjoying dramatically faster downloads when surfing the web, reading emails or getting the latest tunes online. TELUS’ said its 4G LTE service now covers nearly 70 percent of [...]
Residents across the Ottawa region are enjoying TELUS’ 4G LTE network speeds as part of a $190 million expansion effort in the area over the next three years. Specifically, customers in Kanata, Nepean, Orleans and Cumberland will now be able to use peak download speeds of up to 75 megabits per second (Mbps), with an [...]
Canada’s three leading wireless carriers are being sued by the Competition Bureau for misleading consumers. Bell Canada, Telus, Rogers, as well as the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), will face legal action over “misleading” advertising of texting services. The Competition Bureau concluded, after a five month investigation, that the three telecom incumbents, along with the [...]
The McGuinty Liberal government today announced that they would support legislation that would force wireless providers in the province to provide their customers a more straight forward experience when it comes to their wireless bills. The legislation essentially would force wireless contracts to be written in what is deemed as plain language, and would regulate [...]
If you’re like most Canadians, chances are you have a couple of old cell phones lying around the house. In fact, TELUS surveyed over 1000 Canadians in February and found that 61 percent have between 1-5 old cell phones collecting dust and unsurprisingly, the same amount would gladly trade them in if they “got something” [...]