Motorola’s affordable new Moto G is now available at TELUS for $200 no commitment or $0 on any two-year contract. Visit DigitalHome.ca to learn more!
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 [...]
Telus and the good folks from JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) have teamed up again for their annual walk to cure diabetes. In 2011 the walk made more than $7.5 million, and they are hoping to help the cause even more this year. For information on the walk, to register as a participant, or to [...]
The editors of the Canada Top 100 Employers list have announced their 6th annual top 50 list of the Greenest Employers in Canada. While we won’t break down every winner and reason here (you can go to their site and see the reasons for each choice at http://www.canadastop100.com/environmental/), there are four main things considered for [...]
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” [...]
Telus this week added a new application to their Optik service which their IPTV customers the ability to learn more about what is playing on their Galaxie music channels.
The new app can be launched from the Optik main menu with a click of the remote. Once running, customers can find out what’s playing on all the music channels, look at playlists, and view album art.
In 2005, cable companies began offering cable telephony , also known as VoIP or digital phone service, to its customers for the first time. Since that time, the big four cable companies – Cogeco, Rogers, Shaw, and Videotron have taken more than 386 million landline phone customers away from the big Canadian telephone companies.
To offset losses in telecommunications, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, MTS, Sasktel, Tbaytel, and Telus have decided to take on the cable companies by offering cable customers IPTV or Internet Protocol television, a technology that enables telephone companies (Telcos) to deliver television programming through phones lines.
Telus said today it has improved wireless service in Manitoba by turning on more new HSPA+ dual-cell wireless sites in Manitoba.
The new wireless coverage can be found in Selkirk, Victoria Beach, Lockport, Ste. Anne, Steinbach and along Highway 1 to Portage la Prairie. The company also said that full coverage will be available in Portage la Prairie in early 2012, with service to Brandon expected next summer.