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Shaw fends off Telus with generous promos, cable revenues could slow
Phillip Huang, analyst with UBS Securities Canada Inc., pointed to the Calgary-based company's offers of up to $300 in prepaid credit cards and reduced plan pricing, adopted in the face of competition from Telus Corp., which pushed its internet ...
The CEOs of Rogers, Telus, and Bell Earned a Combined $23 Million in 2011
Their 2011 salary was $1.2 million but has since been reduced to $1 in an effort to save face as their company crumbles around them.
Samsung Galaxy Note Arrives at Rogers, Telus, and Bell on February 14 for $249
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Nokia Lumia 800 and Samsung Galaxy Note Coming Soon to Telus
The Lumia 800, one of the new smartphones collaborated on by Nokia and Microsoft, will be available exclusively from Telus.
Hands on with the Nokia Lumia 900 at CES  Gizmag
Carleton University Unveils Huawei-Telus Innovation Centre for Enterprise ...
Tomorrow, Carleton University in Ottawa will finally unveil the Huawei-Telus Innovation Centre for Enterprise Cloud Services.
New app puts health records at your fingertips
Mihealth was the first to be certified under the consumer health application category, while Telus Health Solutions is certified under the consumer health platform category for Telus health space, a product that's currently undergoing testing. The ...
Controversial Service Launches in Canada, Lets You See Blocked Numbers
Now the controversial service is available in Canada for Rogers, Fido, Telus, and Bell customers. TrapCall is a mobile app with a monthly subscription fee that enables users to view blocked numbers.
NB brothers look to bridge the rural-urban digital divide
Asked if customer experience has been sacrificed to growth, Mr. Maduri, a former Rogers and Telus executive, says every carrier must face the wrath of critical blogs and websites.
Apple supplier audit reveals child labour, environmental violations
The move, unusual in an industry that relies heavily on foreign component suppliers to drive margins but rarer still for an infamously secretive company, underscored some speculation that new chief executive Tim Cook has ushered in an era of greater ...
Canada's Big Three Telcos Trying to Trick Government into Ruining the Wireless ...
Ottawa is very close to releasing very salient information on whether or not there will be wireless spectrum reserved for startup discount wireless carriers in the next government auction.