Existing customers of Public Mobile, now owned by TELUS, can now purchase the entry-level Huawei Ascend Y330, one of two devices the carrier is releasing this month (the other being the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini). Originally priced at $150, the Y330 has since dropped to a respectable $69 outright. The Ascend Y330 is nothing special from
TELUS opened the doors of its Toronto offices this week to show off a newly-renovated Innovation Centre, in which its many healthcare-related products, demos and aspirations await public viewing. Introduced by Paul Lepage, President of TELUS Health, the event was envisioned as a way to bring the company’s many disparate engagements into a single place;
Over the years there has been several ways for people to show their cellphone etiquette. Much of this involves being concious of your surroundings and ensuring you don’t disturb those around you. For example, turning your phone to vibrate mode when in public areas, becoming a soft talker on the train, or actually having a
Google has updated its site to show that TELUS has gone live carrier billing for Google Play purchases. This offers the ability for customers to pay for apps and digital media (music, TV shows, movies, books) directly from their Android device and have it charged to their monthly wireless bill. Competing carriers such as Rogers,
TELUS is revamping its device insurance program today, adding two separate tiers of protection and reimbursement. It is also expanding the T-UP! early upgrade option, which launched shortly before the iPhone 5s last September and expanded in November to all iPhones, to include its entire product lineup.
World Cup fever is well on its way. Many Canadians will be heading to the local bar to cheer on their team and TELUS has unzipped a new campaign that gives you the power. TELUS has outfitted a number of mens washrooms in Toronto with a “urine-activated experiential installation that promotes the reliability of the
Rogers, Bell and TELUS included in the ‘Best Canadian Brands of 2014,’ combined brand value is $10 billion
Interbrand has released its annual “Best Canadian Brands of 2014″ and within the top 25 are Bell, Rogers and TELUS. All the Big 3 increased their positions over previous years and have a combined “brand value of almost $10 billion.” Bell is leading with a ranking of number 6 of the best brand in Canada,
Samsung Canada hinted last week that the Galaxy S5 would be available in Copper Gold and Electric Blue soon. Now, a quick week later, both colours have arrived for Canadians to grab hold of. The specs and the price points are both the same, now sitting around $229 on a 2-year or $730 no-term. So
The TELUS/Mobilicity deal just might finally be over. After going in for a third time, a report in the Globe and Mail, unconfirmed by TELUS, states that TELUS has ended its attempt to purchase the struggling carrier after unknown conditions of the deal were not met. The Globe’s sources stated that TELUS is “no longer
Public Mobile, who is now owned by TELUS, quietly revamped their device lineup. Gone are the plethora of in-house handsets and ZTE products, and in are the Moto G, BlackBerry Q5, Samsung Galaxy Ace II x and Alcatel A392A. These were previously announced additions to their lineup and surely makes them an option to consider.