Telus Now Offers Wireless Home Phone

Who is this product for

For Telus mobility customers who do not have home services with us. Telus wireless home phone offers a cost effective option that gives the customer all the benefits of the Telus mobile network, but with the functionally of a traditional land line. This is also great option for customers looking to get rid of their traditional home phone service


 

Why you’ll love this product

■ Portability: It’s easily transported between locations so customers can always be reached at the same home phone number, regardless of location.

■ Reliability: Hub includes a reliable 36 hour battery, keeping customers connected in the event of a power outage.

■ One-Bill: Manage bills easier with mobile and wireless home phone devices on the same bill

■ Switching is easy: Customers can port in an existing number. There no technician required to setup. It comes with a quick start guide and is compatible with existing touch-tone phones.

■ Spend less: Costs less than traditional home phone service


3- Step Installation

Insert SIM into Hub

Connect your existing Home Phone handset into the Hub (handset sold separately).

Plug the Hub into an electrical outlet in an area that gets

good mobile reception, and start dialing.


Plan and add-on details can be found here

For any questions or concerns you can call us at 780-998-9551

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Why You Should Choose Telus Fort Saskatchewan For All Your Wireless Needs

Why You Should Choose Telus Fort Saskatchewan For All Your Wireless Needs

 

These days people in all walks of life can benefit from the best and fastest communications technology. It is extremely important to have communication tools that are not only sturdy and reliable, but also instant. At Telus Fort Saskatchewan we offer a wealth of options in wireless, mobile Internet plans, long-distance plans, VoIP phones and a variety of mobile services to meet the needs of modern businesses and consumers. It’s easy to a establish fast, reliable, affordable communication system with us. If you are in or around fort Saskatchewan, you owe it to yourself to see what we can do to improve your communication options. We are authorized vendors of Telus services and products,and we are well-known for our top quality customer service.

Naturally, consumers always want to get the best value for their hard earned dollars. People want affordable, reliable, high quality communications services, and that’s just what we offer at Telus Fort Saskatchewan. We offer a wide range of services and equipment so that you can make just the right selections to suit both your pocketbook and your preferences. Whether you want a simple cell phone that’s easy to use or an elaborate communications system, we can help you out. From low month-to-month payment plans to value packed long-term contracts, we’ve got it all.

People who are on a tight budget often find our simple and easy prepaid plans to be the best option. With our excellent prepaid services, it is easy for you to keep track of your minutes and pay as you go. Using prepaid is a very good way to manage your long-distance minutes. On the flip side of that coin, if you have a need to have unlimited long distance and/or worldwide access, we offer some excellent, value packed plans that make staying connected with the world extremely affordable. We also offer some excellent payment options that allow you to pay through a credit card or your bank account. With us, you can be absolutely certain of getting exactly the services you need in terms of calling plans and mobile application. We aim to be user friendly in every way.

We offer so many options, you may feel a little bit confused when trying to make your choice. Here are some tips that may help you. The first thing you should do is think about exactly how you plan to use your cell phone. For example, if you are doing business by phone, you need a Smartphone. If you must upload large files and share information quickly, you’ll need to have a good Internet connection with a very high upload speed. We can set you up with just the right Telus bundle to accomplish all your tasks and save you money. If you are a new customer, you may be eligible to some excellent promotional and discount rates.

We have lots of different brands to choose from including:

* Telus

* Samsung

* Sony

* Nokia

* Blackberry

* Apple

* Motorola

…and more! Once you have identified what you ne ed in a cell phone, it will be easier for you to choose. If you need help, we will be happy to consult with you and assist you in making smart choices.

You may have had bad experiences with Internet service providers in the past, but we want to assure you that Telus Fort Saskatchewan will always have your back. We believe in getting you started with good advice, great products and just the right equipment. Then we follow that through with a guarantee of excellent customer service and top notch technical support. Our customer service reps are highly trained and dedicated to providing you with the best customer service experience. Our techs come to us as qualified IT specialists whom we have hand-picked to provide only the best and smartest technical support to our valuable customers. They are skilled and knowledgeable and thoroughly familiar with every product we offer. They know just how to resolve your technical issues in the most expedient and efficient manner possible.

In fact, our entire team is dedicated to providing the best in equipment, services, customer care and value. That’s why you should choose Telus Fort Saskatchewan for all your wireless needs.

We have a Superior Sales Staff waiting to serve you during our Store Hours here.

LG Optimus G officially launched: 1.5GHz Quad-core, 13MP, LTE, runs Android ICS

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LG has officially launched the Optimus G – a 1.5GHz quad-core Android that’s running Ice Cream Sandwich. The Optimus G, according to the pres release, is a “new premium flagship device” that gives users the ability to “live without boundaries.” Korea will be the first to launch this next week, then they’ll be rolling it out to “key global markets in October.” Canada will most likely release this device then as it’s LTE enabled – plus we’re attending a media event on Wednesday.

The Optimus G has several unique “User Experience (UX)” features, one of them being “cross-tasking.” LG says that multi-tasking only gives the user the ability to run various apps at the same time, while “cross-tasking applies to complex tasks that can be completed simultaneously without having to compromise other tasks.” The list of UX features include: Slide Function, Live Zooming, Dual Screen Dual Play, QuickMemo, Screen Zooming, Application Link and Icon Personalizer.

Other notable specs have the G coming with a 4.7-inch WXGA True HD IPSPLUS (1280 x 768), 2GB RAM, 13MP camera, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 2,100mAh battery, 8.45mm thin, 145 grams, Wi-Fi, DLNA, and NFC.

We’ll bring you more details on the Canadian availability shortly.

Source: Engadget

The HTC ONE X has officially launched with Telus! Just for $129.99!

To follow up on our report about the arrival of the HTC One X on Telus Mobility in Canada, we’ve got more news to share on the price of HTC’s flagship phone on the carrier and when you’ll be able to purchase one.

Although the carrier’s website still has the HTC One X listed as “coming soon”, a leaked internal document that was uncovered by Mobile Syrup indicates that the phone will arrive on July 13. This gives you a day to decide on whether to get Samsung’s latest and greatest – if you haven’t already done so – or pick HTC’s device instead.

Look what Everything Tech had to say about the launch by Telus of The HTC Onx X.

“If you’re still on the fence between the two, perhaps some price details of the HTC One X will help you make an informed decision. Telus will offer the One X for $129.99 with a three-year contract. The two-year and one-year contract will set you back $529.99 and $579.99 – respectively. If you don’t want to be bound by any contractual agreement, you can purchase the HTC One X out right for $629.99. In case you’re wondering, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is offered for $159.99 with a three-year contract.

So, will you choose the HTC One X over its Samsung competitor?”

For the full article check it out here http://www.evrythingtech.com/2012/07/telus-to-launch-htc-one-x-on-july-13.html

Looks like Samsung Galaxy S III Has the Wow Factor!

At the Annual CTIA in New Orleans Samsung’s Galaxy S III has heads turning. Jessica Dolcourt reports from New Orleans”

Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on: Oh yes, it has wow factor

The Samsung Galaxy S III has come to America! At least for a quick visit to CTIA. Here we get our first look of Samsung’s flagship phone.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

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I found the phone’s design and two colors — marble white and pebble blue — immediately compelling. The handset’s plastic looked far more premium than other devices. Yes, the white version is shiny plastic, but the silver accents give it a more premium look and feel. The “pebble blue” color (which to my eyes is more like a slate gray with bluer overtones) looks like it has a brushed finish.”

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Can’t wait to see it!