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  1. Telus Bringing Free WiFi to Vancouver

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    City council in Vancouver voted this week to give Telus permission to install free WiFi at public locations throughout the city. Two outdoor locations, one along the downtown section of Granville Street and the other outside the convention centre are awaiting help with technical issues, but all...
  2. TELUS Adds Full Wireless Services in Northern Canada

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    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...
  3. TELUS’ 4G LTE Wireless Reaches Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay

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    TELUS has connected the communities of Summerside, P.E.I. and North Bay, ON to its LTE wireless network. Faster uploads and downloads and speedier surfing with the super-fast 4G LTE service is now being enjoyed by more than 70 percent of the Canadian population across approximately 170 markets...
  4. TELUS Launches 4G LTE Wireless in Saint John

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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...
  5. TELUS Adds 4G LTE Network in Moncton

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    Customers in Moncton now have additional access to the fastest wireless LTE technology in the world. And by the looks of it, TELUS (TSX: T/NYSE: TU) intends to bring the technology to even more residents of New Brunswick in the next two weeks. TELUS' Director of Sales, Ken Power discusses the...
  6. TELUS Extends 4G LTE Reach in Ontario

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    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...