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Why low iPhone X supply is good news for Canada's wireless carriers

Consumers may have to wait longer than they’d like to get their hands on the new iPhone X due to supply challenges, but Canada’s largest wireless carriers probably won’t be complaining. 429 more words

Apple Inc.

Ottawa axes 80,000 landlines, signs $176-million deal with Telus for VoIP services

The federal government is hanging up 80,000 traditional landlines in favour of using the internet to make voice calls.

Shared Services Canada inked a $176-million, seven-year deal with Telus Corp. 468 more words

TELUS Corporation

Canadians can pre-order the iPhone X at Telus starting October 27

Apple Inc’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus will be available for Telus customers in Canada on Friday, Sept. 22.

The iPhone X will be available for pre-order at Telus on Friday, Oct. 27.

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Telus beats Bell, Rogers in fastest mobile network rankings

Telus Corp.’s wireless network was crowned Canada’s fastest in PCMag’s fifth annual speed test ranking.

Telus, the country’s third largest communications company, beat its top competitors BCE Inc. 298 more words

TELUS Corporation

Why now is the best time to get a wireless deal in Canada

Consumers eyeing a new smartphone should sign up before Labour Day as promotional intensity heats up between wireless providers.

Every year, the back-to-school period rivals the December holidays as the busiest time for wireless providers given typical retail behaviour, but with the additional layer of traffic from new product launches and hype surrounding the latest devices. 699 more words

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Telus beats rivals to win most wireless customers as industry continues growth

As Canada’s wireless market continued to grow at an impressive clip in the second quarter, Telus Corp. beat its top two rivals to win the most new wireless subscribers in the period, albeit at a higer cost that dampened its profit. 516 more words

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Ottawa proposes setting aside 40% of wireless spectrum for new entrants in next auction

The federal government wants to give new entrants to Canada’s wireless market a leg up against the Big Three providers when it auctions off the next block of wireless spectrum. 515 more words

Rogers Communications Inc.