Category: Telus


Moto G now available at TELUS and Koodo Mobile

Apart from the Nexus 5 from Google Play, the Moto G is one of the most affordable Android smartphones to ever hit the market. The Moto G is Motorola’s newest smartphone and a sister phone to the flagship Moto X. As expected, TELUS and Koodo Mobile have exclusively made the Moto G available today —



TELUS unveils the ‘Device Price Match Promise’

Update: TELUS has officially launched their “Device Match Promise.” This is available “is available only for smartphones you activate or renew with TELUS on a 2 year term.” More details are below, or on TELUS site here. Canada’s second largest wireless carrier is getting serious this holiday season. TELUS just announced it’s new T-UP! upgrade



iPad mini with Retina display now available at TELUS

Update: TELUS is now showing the iPad mini with Retina display as available online. As expected, the prices are the same as below and you can grab one in Silver or Space Grey. Grab it here. The iPad mini with Retina display officially launched last week via Apple, but it seem that the carriers will



Moto G launching in Canada on November 22nd

Motorola’s discounted answer to the Moto X, the mid-range and incredibly affordable Moto G, was unveiled last week. Both TELUS and Koodo Mobile will be bringing this to their customers and promised we’d see it launch sometime “this month.” According to an internal doc we received, the official release date will Friday, November 22nd. As for


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TELUS expands LTE coverage into Antigonish, Nova Scotia

We’ve received several tips that TELUS’ LTE network has reached those located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Their coverage map still shows the region as a ‘future rollout,’ but the screenshots we have clearly reveal faster speeds are available in the heart of Antigonish — currently averaging around 25Mbps. For those in the area let us



Hands-on with the Moto G

Motorola debuted a $400 phone for $200 this week, shortly after Google debuted a $550 phone for $350. If you think this is coincidental, or is the last time you’ll see the companies undercut their competitors, you’ve got another thing coming.