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[Telus] New TELUS Mobility Promos 2-year & M2M starting at $43 300 canadawide & 400MB!

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[Telus] New TELUS Mobility Promos 2-year & M2M starting at $43 300 canadawide & 400MB!

Just saw that TELUS launched 2 new options for 2 year contract and month to month customers. Not sure if it is a hot deal, but not sure where else to put it... $43 300 Canadawide minutes, 5PM canadwaide calling, unlimited mms, call display, voicemail 3, conference calling, call waiting and 400 MB of data. $63 canadawide calling unlimited, 2GB, unlimited mms, call display, voicemail 3, conference calling, and call waiting. Also keep in mind you get a 10% discount if you go month to month! :D
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LostInTruth wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:23 pm
Just saw that TELUS launched 2 new options for 2 year contract and month to month customers. Not sure if it is a hot deal, but not sure where else to put it... $43 300 Canadawide minutes, 5PM canadwaide calling, unlimited mms, call display, voicemail 3, conference calling, call waiting and 400 MB of data. $63 canadawide calling unlimited, 2GB, unlimited mms, call display, voicemail 3, conference calling, and call waiting. Also keep in mind you get a 10% discount if you go month to month! :D
Does that 10% automatically apply when you sign up on to the contract?
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These were the plans offered to me when I called to cancel Telus to switch to Koodo. So much for customer loyalty. :facepalm:
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bootleg wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:34 pm
These were the plans offered to me when I called to cancel Telus to switch to Koodo. So much for customer loyalty. :facepalm:
You do know that Telus owns Koodo, right?
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Real_GM wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:32 pm
Does that 10% automatically apply when you sign up on to the contract?
The whole point of the 10% discount is that there is no contract...... :facepalm:
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Advantage22 wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:42 pm
You do know that Telus owns Koodo, right?
+1 :facepalm:
Can you believe it? They sent my income tax return forms back to me! In response to question # 4, "Do you have any dependants?" I replied - "2.1 million illegal immigrants, 1.1 million crack heads, 4.4 million unemployable people, 901 thousand people in over 85 prisons, and 650 idiots in Parliament.
Apparently, this was NOT an acceptable answer.

Who the hell did I miss? :razz:
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bootleg wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:34 pm
These were the plans offered to me when I called to cancel Telus to switch to Koodo. So much for customer loyalty. :facepalm:
You do understand these plans are TWO year contracts only, so if you got a three year contract with this plan then you came out ahead.
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Can the OP please put mobility in the title for clarification as to what TELUS service...
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dscott01 wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:51 pm
Can the OP please put mobility in the title for clarification as to what TELUS service...
Done, my west coast friend
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iHateShaw wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 4:42 pm
The whole point of the 10% discount is that there is no contract...... :facepalm:
Correct.
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LostInTruth wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 5:01 pm
Done, my west coast friend
It's actually 400MB and can data share if you do 2 lines.

Just signed up for this one.

So 300 mins each and 800MB to share between 2 lines and got BYOD for 10% off too...each line is $38.70 and no contract.

Thanks OP
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keyzersoze78 wrote:
Mar 8th, 2013 6:33 pm
It's actually 400MB and can data share if you do 2 lines.

Just signed up for this one.

So 300 mins each and 800MB to share between 2 lines and got BYOD for 10% off too...each line is $38.70 and no contract.

Thanks OP

Did you have to go through retentions or just any CSR?
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It's nice that they are offering some data beneath the $43 dollar mark... but I still believe it is nothing to write home about.
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