TELUS News

Canadian rate plans are among some of the most expensive in the world, especially when compared to the U.S. Yet there are cheaper alternatives to Bell, Rogers and Telus that often provide much better perks. Read more to find out.
Telus, Rogers and Bell is offering double data bonuses for their 10, 15 and 20 GB plans on new activations or plans. Limited time offer applies for all
Next month TELUS will be increasing the cost of their 24-hour international travel ass-on, 'Easy Roam'. This news comes shortly after the other two major Canadian carriers - Rogers and Bell - did the same.
Already available for pre-order through major Canadian carriers, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are both set to officially launch on March 16, 2018! Read more about these devices and their availability and pricing here.
Not long after launching their unlimited Canada and US mobile rate plans, now TELUS also has a new lineup of unlimited Canada and China plans.
The new Baby Health mobile app from TELUS and The Baby Box Co. helps to educate and empower new parents. The app is a resource for both helpful information, and for storing digital health records securely.
On February 15th, Public Mobile is making some changes to their Legacy/Pioneer rate plans. Pioneer customers joined Public Mobile before January 27, 2015 and have different customer support options than current subscribers.
This weekend, TELUS launched sales for Apple Watch Series 3. Along with the watch comes a new add-on rate plan to accompany it.
Bell launched Lucky Mobile today - a new prepaid mobile carrier to compete with Rogers' chatr Wireless and TELUS' Public Mobile. Plans are available in major Canadian cities in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.
It's an exciting time in Canadian mobile history! The Canadian Wireless Code is changing for the better of consumers. The end (of locked devices) is near! And an age of billing transparency is about to begin.

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