Introducing TELUS Rewards, a loyalty program that turns your points into something you love. Earning points is such an easy process now that TELUS has incorporated 2% for every dollar spent on home solution services, an additional 2 points per month if you have linked TELUS Post-Paid Mobility services, and 20 points every year on your TELUS Rewards Anniversary. Activating your Rewards account has big benefits: existing customers who have been with TELUS for 2 years or more automatically receive 30 points upon activating their TELUS rewards account. New customers who have been with TELUS for less than 2 years receive 10 points upon activating their TELUS Rewards account. TELUS Rewards are very accessible and convenient. TELUS rewards are available to customers who have 3 or more eligible TELUS products and/or services in British Columbia or Alberta. Customers who have 2 eligible products and an unlinked/unconsolidated post-paid TELUS mobility account or TELUS internet and a linked/consolidated post-paid TELUS Mobility account also qualify. Additional points can be earned through promotions like signing up for pre-authorized payments or online surveys. With TELUS Rewards, you can turn points into On Demand movie credits, gift cards, charity donations and more. New rewards are added to the catalog frequently and you can start redeeming right away with rewards that start at just 3 points to redeem. Customers can simply redeem points by visiting telus.com/rewards. Examples of some rewards are: -1 On Demand Video Credit – 7 points-$10 WE Charity Gift Card – 10 points– $20 Apple iTunes Gift card – 20 points-$25 TELUS Bill Credit – 25 points-Boost Wi-Fi Starter Pack – 120 points-Various contests to win awesome rewards like TVs, phones and tickets to local events Eligible TELUS products include:-Home Phone -Consumer Optik TV-Consumer Satellite TV-Consumer Internet-SmartHome Security– Consumer TELUS Post-Paid Mobility if Home and mobility account is linked
Here are Telus’ 2018 Black Friday deals- So FAR! So here is what we have for you so far. Subject to change at the last second. Your best bet is to come to our Location in order that you get our Skilled Cambridge Electronics Staff to wrestle you the best possible deal there is! 61 MobileSyrup by Shruti Shekar / 14h // keep unread // hide Vancouver-based national carrier Telus has revealed a variety of deals for Black Friday 2018, and you’re definitely not going to want to miss out on them considering that a number of 2018 smartphones are on discount. From the Google suite of phones, you won’t want to miss out on getting your hands on the latest Pixel 3 and 3 XL: Google Pixel 3 — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $105-per-month Google Pixel 3 XL — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $115-per-month While you’re at it, the Google Pixel 2 XL is also available for $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $95-per-month. If you really wanted one of the latest iPhones, you’re in luck because there are some sweet deals too: iPhone XS Max — $590 down on a two-year plan starting at $115-per-month iPhone XS — $460 down on a two-year plan starting at $115-per-month iPhone XR — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $115-per-month iPhone X — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $115-per-month iPhone 8 Plus — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $105-per-month Telus has deals on Samsung and Huawei phones as well. Samsung Galaxy S9 — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $95 per month Samsung Galaxy S9+ — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $105 per month Samsung Galaxy Note 9 — $100 down on a two-year plan starting at $115 per month Huawei Mate 20 Pro — $250 down on a two-year plan starting at $115 per month Huawei P20 — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $85 per month Huawei P20 Pro — $0 down on a two-year plan starting at $95 per month The carrier is also offering a double data promotion on new phone purchases for up to 8GB of data: 1GB + 1GB for $25-per-month 2GB + 2GB for $30-per-month 4GB + 4GB for $35-per-month 6GB + 6GB for $45-per-month 8GB + 8GB for $60-per-month The above prices don’t include the cost of Telus’s voice options, which range from $70-per-month to $95-per-month. Telus’s Black Friday promotions end on November 26th, 2018. Source: Telus The post Here are Telus’ 2018 Black Friday deals appeared first on MobileSyrup.
TELUS Mobility 4G Network | Find a TELUS store near you | MOBILITYHELP.com Good news for your portfolio possibly? Check out The news from CEO of Telus below: TELUS Corporation (TU) CEO Darren Entwistle on Q2 2018 Results – Earnings Call Transcript Aug. 5, 2018 6:09 PM ET | About: TELUS Corporation (TU) Q2: 08-03-18 Earnings Summary Slides News EPS of $0.7 Revenue of $3.45B (+ 5.2% Y/Y) TELUS Corporation (NYSE:TU) Q2 2018 Results Earnings Conference Call August 3, 2018 11:00 AM ET Executives Darrell Rae – Director, Investor Relations Darren Entwistle – President and Chief Executive Officer Doug French – Chief Financial Officer Analysts Phillip Huang – Barclays Simon Flannery – Morgan Stanley Jeff Fan – Scotiabank Aravinda Galappatthige – Canaccord Genuity Maher Yaghi – Desjardins Operator Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the TELUS 2018 Q2 Earnings Conference Call. I would like to introduce your speaker, Mr. Darrell Rae. Please go ahead. Darrell Rae Good morning, everyone, and thank you for joining us today. TELUS’ second quarter 2018 results news release, quarterly report and detailed supplemental investor information are posted on our website, telus.com/investors. On the call today will be President and CEO, Darren Entwistle, who will provide opening comments; followed by a review of our second quarter operational and financial highlights by Doug French, our CFO. After our prepared remarks, we will conclude with a question-and-answer session. In consideration of your day, we’re going to try to keep this call to under an hour. Let me direct your attention to Slide 2. This presentation, answers to questions and statements about future events, including our 2018 targets, outlook and assumptions as well as intentions for dividend growth and capital investments and the performance of TELUS, include forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties and are made based on certain assumptions. Accordingly, actual performance could differ materially from statements made today so do not place undue reliance on them. We also disclaim any obligation to update forward-looking statements, except as required by law. I ask that you read our legal disclaimers and refer you to the risks and assumptions outlined in our public disclosures, in particular, our second quarter Management’s Discussion and Analysis and in our 2017 annual MD&A Sections 9 and 10 as well as filings with securities commissions in Canada and the United States. As a reminder, our results for 2018 reflect the January 1 adoption of IFRS 15 while the results for the comparative period in 2017 have been adjusted for the retrospective application of the new accounting standard. Unless indicated, results outlined today reflect the new standard. The appendix of this presentation and Section 11 of our second quarter MD&A provide definitions and reconciliations of the non-GAAP measures that we use. Let me now turn the call over to Darren, starting on Slide 3. Darren Entwistle Thanks, Darrell, and good morning, everyone. As you’ve seen today, TELUS reported second quarter results that reflect strong operational and financial performance, including healthy …
Todays News in the Tech World for August 21, 2018 I for one am very happy from the latest report suggesting the consortium led by Air Canada have come to terms for the purchase of Aeroplan. In a survey completed by Drip of over 1500 Canadian 72% are happy as well. Most didnt feel Aeroplan miles would have been worthwhile if this purchase did not go through. Samsung has announced through its patent reveals a self=healing oleophobic display coating. This is mainly for keeping fingerprints off the device’s glass panel. This will heal itself after cracks or dent. Telus is retaing its OpenSignal 4G crown for Canada’s fastest wireless service. It may be the 3rd largest Network but it’s still the fastest according to Open Signal For more information on these stories stop in to your local Telus Store in Fort Saskatchewan Photo By pdx.rollingthunder