Prepaid: My first phone Overview Remember that feeling when you got your very first phone? You begged your parents for that cool new device nonstop and then when they couldn’t take it anymore, they caved! Choosing a first phone shouldn’t be difficult task. Parents want something reliable and cost effective that doesn’t break the bank. Let our customers know the amazing ways we set ourselves apart this holiday season Prepaid: My first phone plan. Promotion For a limited time, new prepaid activations on My First Phone plan ($180/1 year plan) will receive 1GB data add-on for $0 for 30 days ($30 value). Eligibility TELUS prepaid must be activated between November 13, 2018 and January 2, 2019 to receive the promotion. Offer available to new prepaid activations only. Offer available with activation of My First Phone plan (1-year rate plan). My First Phone plan is a 1-year rate plan that includes 180 outgoing and incoming local calling minutes, unlimited international text, picture and video messages and unlimited local evenings starting at 6PM and ending at 7AM for up to one year. $0 1GB add-on will be applied to the account between 24 to 72 hours after activation. Why is TELUS prepaid the best choice for a first phone? TELUS Learning Centers The TELUS Learning Centres are dedicated to providing families and their children with the best learning experience through the expertise of our certified and dedicated trainers. The goal of the Learning Centre program is to teach our customers how to get the most out of their devices, accessories and to improve their personal health & wellbeing by offering comprehensive in-store learning sessions and tutorials. TELUS WISE Offered free-of-charge, TELUS WISE (Wise Internet and Smartphone Education) program is the perfect solution to help parents determine if their child is ready for a smartphone and educate themselves about the Internet and smartphone safety. Great value My First Phone plan is a 1 year plan so parents can buy the rate plan today and not worry about top-ups for a full year. The cost works out to as little as $15 month. Reasons to buy Limited time offer Hassle free (set it and forget it!) 1 year plan As low as $15/month
Complete guide to 2018 Black Friday offers Make the most of this Black Friday this year! Due to competitive response in market there may be fast paced offer changes. This page will serve as your “one stop shop” to keep track of offers and updates as they happen. Black Friday limited-time offers Consumer Mobility Offer Description Region Effective dates Notes $0 smartphones Find several phones like the iPhone XR or Samsung GS9 starting at $0. National November 20, 2018 – November 26, 2018 Act Now! Double Data Double data available on activations and renewals on a 2-yr term November 20, 2018 – November 26, 2018 Act Now! FFH Offer Description Region Effective dates Notes $100 Black Friday Credit Incremental $100 bill credit for Mobile customers adding Optik TV and/or High Speed Internet on a 2- year AB, BC November 20, 2018 – November 26, 2018 Stackable: Gift-with-purchase or promotional pricing M&H Existing sweeteners and credits SBS Offer Summary Region Effective dates Notes Up to $700 in hardware credits Bonus $100 upfront hardware credits on select plans: $300 P/ $500 P+ / $700PL November 10, 2018 Hardware discounts are upfront at point of sale Up to $600 in hardware credits $200 upfront hardware credits on select plans: $400 P+ / $600 PL November 10, 2018 Extra shareable data Extra data on select plans: $80/mo and $100/mo on Premium November 19, 2018 Tips and tools Visit Cambridge Electronics For Best Deals! We have compiled a ongoing list to keep you in the loop so when you have a customer come into your store referencing an email they have received, you can check on this page. Call center wait times Visit our Store for best Customer Service Experience! Ask for our help for Best Deals! If you need a tool to help get the best deal!, visit our store! Telus Internet $ Telus TV Additional Discounts when you Join Telus!
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Telus to launch digital healthcare app through partnership with Babylon Health Telus to launch a new Health App with Babylon Health. App to give people ability to put them in touch with Health Professionals via the APP read more below: The two companies will work together to roll out a Canadian-specific mobile app in English and French By Sameer ChhabraSEP 7, 20186:03 PM EDT0 COMMENTS Vancouver-based national telecom service provider Telus has announced a new partnership with Babylon Health — a British digital healthcare service provider — to better connect patients with medical solutions. While the partnership was formally announced in a September 7th, 2018 Telus media release, the venture is between Telus Health — Telus’s healthcare arm — and Babylon. The two companies plan on launching a virtual care mobile app specifically designed for the Canadian market. An English version will launch first, and a French-language version will follow sometime in 2019. Telus said that the app will allow individuals living in remote or rural communities, individual living with mobility issues, individuals who are simply unable to access non-emergency healthcare, as well as the roughly five million Canadians without a family physician, to better access healthcare. According to Telus, the app will feature an “easy-to-use, chat-style symptom checker that patients can use to better understand their symptoms or healthcare concerns.” “This highly intuitive and accurate interface can also be used to have a video consultation with a licensed Canadian healthcare provider,” reads an excerpt from the September 7th media release. It’s worth noting that neither company has formally established a dedicated timeline for the eventual rollout of the mobile app. Instead, Telus’s media release simply stated that more details will be announced “later this year, including information regarding its staggered rollout across the country.” “Our partnership with Babylon, through a globally-leading virtual care solution, will enable consumers to get access to healthcare anywhere and anytime they need it,” said Juggy Sihota, vice president of Telus Health, in the same September 7th media release. “Together, we are not only helping to improve the options Canadians have for accessing healthcare, but also providing them with a digital tool that makes communicating with healthcare professionals more efficient.” Read more at MobileSyrup.com: Telus to launch digital healthcare app through partnership with Babylon Health Photo By rabbit.Hole Cambridge Electronics Store Hours
Three for Three! PCmag named Telus as the fastest network nationally September 12, 2017 For the last 5 years, PC Magazine has conducted network performance tests across Canadian carriers and published their findings in a report called Fastest Mobile Networks Canada. This summer, PCMag took a cross-country road trip to test how fast Canada’s wireless networks are from a real-world customer perspective. The great news? In PCMag’s 2017 report, TELUS has been ranked as the fastest wireless network nationally. Even more exciting, we also earned the distinction of being the fastest network in a number of key markets across Canada including Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Winnipeg, Windsor, Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec City, Montreal, Fredericton and Prince Edward Island. This recognition by PCMag comes on the heels of TELUS’ recent best-in-class network awards from both J.D. Power Awards and OpenSignal. Together, these results confirm the exceptional network experience that we provide our customers. It also means our customers across the country enjoy the best speeds whether they’re watching Optik on the Go, uploading photos to Instagram or sharing videos from game night. Customer research shows that network performance and perception is a top reason why customers’ choose their provider. So we’ve been communicating our Friendly Feels Good network message to clearly promote the fact that we have the fastest and largest network in Canada. It is crucial to keep our ranking as the fastest wireless network as we progress our wireless strategy and evolve to state-of-the-art network technologies including 5G.
For a limited time, customers are eligible to receive 1GB bonus data when adding a line to any TELUS Your Choice or Share plan. TELUS is providing Your Choice, TELUS SharePlus and TELUS Share Plan customers up to $100 off the device price for each additional line they activate on a 2 year term on a Your Choice or TELUS Share Plan. TELUS Your Choice, TELUS SharePlus and TELUS Share Plan customers can get up to $100 off the device price of any new smartphone when they activate an additional subscriber on a Your Choice or TELUS Share Plan on a 2 year term. And for a limited time only, the GS7 and GS7 Edge are eligible for an additional $100 off overtop the existing $100 discount, for a total discount of up to $200. This offer is only available on these devices and ends on June 30,2016. This includes new Your Choice or Share Plan customers who are activating at least two lines at once, in which case, the discount applies to each subsequent line activated. The 1GB bonus data for $1/month must be selected as a feature add-on. Please note that the feature expires after 24 months. Don’t Forget about Telus TV Fort Saskatchewan special offers now!
How Telus Ft Sask Contributes To The Community When thinking about Telus Ft Sask, we can only mention good things that happened in the life of this community, things brought by the availability of fast wireless internet. 4G LTE is the most advanced technology possible today and residents of Fort Sask and other remote regions of Canada can enjoy it thanks to Telus. The company invested huge amounts of money in building the infrastructure needed for the implementation of 4G, as well as for the expansion of Optik TV, the IPTV based service that brought progress in so many of the homes in Alberta and not only. IPTV based television is the most modern available, featuring lots of facilities and bringing important benefits to its subscribers at prices that are affordable for many. There are about 37 communities, all in remote areas of Canada, that got connected thanks to massive investments done by this corporation. Telus Ft Sask only put about $2.1 million in enhancing the 4G wireless network in Fort Saskatchewan and in extending Optik TV to more homes in the same area. This is a big step for people in those homes, as Optik TV comes with a wide array of features that increase the quality of life and the comfort of the citizens. Such features include remote record, pause, rewind or replay live TV, schedule the recording of various shows and access previous recordings even from the smartphone directly, thanks to a special application. However, Telus Ft Sask is only a drop of water in the ocean of the total $26 billion invested by the corporation in operations and technology in the province of Alberta over the last 10 years or so. This shows Telus lives up to its philosophy, which implies an active participation to the community life. Telus spent important amounts in supporting local charities, community organizations and a series of grassroots community projects meant to improve the life of the citizens. Telus is like a large family, its members being actively involved in volunteering, adding up to a total of 1.2 million hours volunteered in the benefit of the community. Moreover, donations made by Telus team members in Alberta go up to the impressive figure of $82 million. This speaks volumes about the quality of Telus employees, it shows the company cares about people, policy illustrated also in the way they pick their employees. Investments in infrastructure are not only good for the company that makes them, but also for all members of the community, especially if we talk about remote areas where access is very difficult, thus isolating people who live there from the rest of the world. With the fast internet, those communities will no longer have the problem of big distances and difficulties to travel, because they will be able to stay in touch over the internet, using applications like Facebook, Twitter or Skype. Online conferencing is already part of the modern society, but in order for it to work, …