TELUS ended 2013 with 7,807,000 wireless subscribers, 77% of postpaid subs have a smartphone


  • Peter

    What a difference these results are from the Q4 results we saw from Rogers yesterday. Telus seems to be doing things right even in an increasingly regulated environment. Cost is one factor when it comes to choosing a provider but not the only factor, both Telus and Rogers have similar priced plans.

    • ToniCipriani

      Similar… try same. Granted with Telus there are hoops that can be jumped to get a much more reasonable deal.

    • It’s Me

      Yup. If none of them will compete on price, at least Telus seems to be winning by competing on service.

    • ToniCipriani

      Actually they kind of are. There’s no friggin way Telus doesn’t know about the $55 plan being “abused”, they’re just turning a blind eye to it.

    • It’s Me

      Sure but that’s a specialty plan that is not intended to be generally available, even if they are turning a blind eye. Ask 100 people on the street about it, likely 1 or none will know what you are talking about.

  • Sean

    Their strategy of putting clients first is working!!

    • FunkyMonkey


    • Sean

      In comparison to Bell and Rogers of course 😉

    • It’s Me

      Well, relative to Bell and Rogers, anyone can look good.

    • Matt Dickerson

      In comparison to everyone but sasktel says that crtc MS posted. telus and sasktel were teh only ones who actually dropped in complaints while everyone else increase. wasnt wind the highest in crtc complaints?

  • ToniCipriani

    Bet the $55/5GB plan really helped.

  • Stuntman06

    Wow! Telus is not complaining about the regulatory changes like the elimination of 3-year contracts. Didn’t Rogers complain about that as a reason they are not making more money?

  • Curtis Gunderson

    Is the $55/5GB plan in Ont. only? or expired?

    • ToniCipriani

      SK and MB only. Supposedly. But definitely still there.

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