Telus report reveals that Canadians want to use tech to manage their healthcare

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  • Tornado15550

    What Canadians really want is decent phone plans which don’t break the bank. Charging $80 for 500 MB of data is not what we need when Verizon (one of the more expensive providers in the states) offers 2 GB for $80 with the Galaxy S7.

    • Dark63

      Verizon has a client base of 150 million. Hundred Fifty Million!

      So imagine if Telus had 5 times as many clients as there are Canadians. (Telus currently has roughly 14 million users) I’m not saying it’s not expensive, but comparing against united states based companies is the worst argument.

    • Ipse

      Actually it the BEST argument, because in the US market the incumbents were gouging their customers before T-Mobile entered the marked and changed the landscape. One word: COMPETITION. And a real one at that, not the “Blown by the WIND” type.

  • Ipse

    No, Canadians want access to a qualified specialist – but don’t have 2 years to wait for that appointment. They might die before…so they resort to technology as a palliative.

  • Darren Evans

    A study by an internet company saying that everyone needs the internet? Interesting.

  • ComplacencyKills

    Good try Telus, keep gouging your customers and then stay foolish that they will turn to you for healthcare because you are so “customer friendly”

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