Continued operating momentum in TELUS’ high growth, technology-oriented verticals is recorded for the first quarter of 2022, with strong double-digit revenue growth across TELUS International, TELUS Health, and TELUS Agriculture.
Canada’s first mission critical Push-to-X (MCPTX) solutions will enable first responders to manage emergency situations with greater awareness with vital voice, video, and data communications.
Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. have expressed their opposition to the Commissioner of Competition’s intention to file applications to the competition tribunal preventing Rogers’ proposed merger transaction with Shaw.
During Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022, TELUS received the Ookla Speedtest Award as North America’s fastest mobile network for 2021.
With total speeds three times faster than cable, Bell's pure fiber Internet service now offers download and upload speeds of 3 Gbps, providing a faster experience while working or learning from home, playing games, or sharing videos.
Fiber connectivity expands across Canada with TELUS and Bell offering faster median download and upload speeds with their fiber offerings, both at the provincial level and major cities.
According to The Globe & Mail, Xplornet has entered negotiations on a potential purchase of Shaw Communications’ Freedom Mobile division, as Rogers Communications looks at options for offloading Freedom to gain regulatory clearance for its proposed takeover of Shaw.
TELUS is partnering with Google Cloud and NXN Digital to deliver the next generation of sustainable, efficient, secure, and innovative Internet of Things (IoT) technologies that will empower businesses, communities, and their residents through a vast ecosystem of people-first solutions.
The Canadian radio-television and telecommunications commission (CRTC) approved Rogers’ acquisition of Shaw’s broadcasting services, subject to a number of conditions and modifications.
TELUS is connecting more Canadians to its next-generation 5G network ahead of schedule, reaching 70% of the Canadian population as part of its significant $54 billion investment in infrastructure and operations through 2024.