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Canada's Telus beats rivals with profit growth, shares rise

Telus Corp <T.TO>, one of Canada's biggest telecom companies, outpaced its main rivals with a 13-percent jump in fourth-quarter profit and ambitious targets for 2014, helped by expansion in both ...

Op-Ed: A proposal to resolve Canada's wireless competition problem

We have a problem. Canadian consumers are fed up with high wireless prices; the government is listening and trying to introduce competition. Bell, Telus, and Rogers, are attempting to prevent Verizon from entering the market. Is there a win-win solution?

BlackBerry 10 now in Canadian stores

The new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is now available in Canadian stores, and as carriers are seeing strong demand, the BlackBerry chief says there's more to expect from the company.

Canadians pressure CRTC to end three-year phone contracts

In a bid against long-term financial commitment and outdated technology, Canadians are urging the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to shorten three-year mobile phone contracts.

Joint Canadian LTE network from Bell, Telus to launch

Two large telecommunications companies, Bell Canada, commonly referred to as Bell, and Telus, have joined forces to launch a joint LTE network in Montreal and Quebec City.

Judge orders removal of 'most reliable', 'best' from ads

A legal war over words between Canada's rival communications networks have led a judge to order one company to remove statements claiming to be the "best" from its ads.

Farewell system access fee, Telus

Some phone bills across Canada will appear to be $6.95 cheaper as Telus begins its plan to scrap the 'system access fee' for cell phone users.

Canadian Industry Minister Invites Telco Heads to Explain New Texting Charges

Recent changes in pricing adopted by Bell Canada and Telus have not gone unnoticed by federal authorities in Canada. Company representatives have been strongly encouraged to explain these increases by August.

Op-Ed: New Text Messaging Fees Will Infuriate Canadian Cellphone Users

Canada is about to get strangled by even more unnecessary cellphone fees. In August, Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility will charge customers for incoming text messages. The deplorable fees should give Canadians good reason to protest the greedy telcos.

Telus hangs up on mobile porn service

Cellphone company pulls out of porn-on-demand service, towels off

Vancouver Catholic archbishop asks flock to boycott Telus over cellphone porn

VANCOUVER (CP) - The Roman Catholic archbishop of Vancouver has asked Catholic schools and churches not to renew their mobile phone contracts with Telus after receiving complaints that the company is making pornography available through its cellphones.

B.C. man sues Telus over 'pornography business'

A British Columbia man is suing Telus because they will not let him out of his contract. He objects to Telus offering what he claims to be pornography service.

Telus defends cellphone porn offerings

Telus says it has no plans to stop selling pornographic photos and videos to its cellphone customers, despite receiving more than 100 complaints since it started offering the adult content last month.

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