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[Telus] Telus $15 Unlimited Email and Web

http://thefutureisleaked.blogspot.com/2 ... nched.html


Has been confirmed on some other forums and people have already been offered this option.
Obviously the exact details will need to be worked out (what can be downloaded and viewed etc), but the fact that you can use this with the Pearl, Touch or other devices makes things a lot more interesting.

So, if you're with Telus and were discouraged with the news from Bell, call the Telus retention office in the link above and get your own unlimited web.

Let the data war continue!
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they created a special website just for this...must be an rfd'r :lol:
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If this is legit...the war has begun. It'll be interesting to see what Roger's will offer.
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wow.. hope this is leigt jsut to see if i can get more out of rogers
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Since Rogers has been doing very well the past couple of quarters, it doesn't seem to crazy to think Telus might strike with something like this.

I'm hoping things get out of hand and these guys start rolling unlimited data plans into their basic bundles.
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Exciting!
News like this makes me hold off on the HTC offer from Bell.
My contract with Rogers doesn't end until Feb. Still have some time to shop around :lol:

*PS - looking forward to ditching Rogers!
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thanks for the heads up!
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growler wrote: It'll be interesting to see what Roger's will offer.
Don't hold your breath.
Not your standard VoIP. Different and novel options & advice for my RFD friends.
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growler wrote: If this is legit...the war has begun. It'll be interesting to see what Roger's will offer.
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Arkaine wrote: http://thefutureisleaked.blogspot.com/2 ... nched.html


Has been confirmed on some other forums and people have already been offered this option.
Obviously the exact details will need to be worked out (what can be downloaded and viewed etc), but the fact that you can use this with the Pearl, Touch or other devices makes things a lot more interesting.

So, if you're with Telus and were discouraged with the news from Bell, call the Telus retention office in the link above and get your own unlimited web.

Let the data war continue!
http://www.telusmobility.com/on/plans/p ... ones.shtml

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Seems like a smoking hot deal
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Oh god! I was ready ton sign with Bell for 3 years. If this is true then Rogers - hopefully - will offer something comparable soon
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Please see the fine print. This is an add-on to the voice plan at least $30 per month.


*Offer available until December 31, 2007. Available as an add-on to voice rate plans with a plan rate of $30 or greater on the HTC Touch, HTC S720 and BlackBerry
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Dec 15, 2005
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But this Telus offer has no browsing component to it -- just email / IM. For me, this is not at all comparable.
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This is quite useless on the pearl as its only PIN to PIN messaging... It essentially is Rogers unlimited $15 email plan + 7$ unlimited data on touch with bell...

[quote="himanlam" post_id="5969174" time="1195713260" user_id="28238"]Please see the fine print. This is an add-on to the voice plan at least $30 per month.


*Offer available until December 31, 2007. Available as an add-on to voice rate plans with a plan rate of $30 or greater on the HTC Touch, HTC S720 and BlackBerry
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Arkaine wrote: [url]
Has been confirmed on some other forums
What are these other sites?
dealsoutlook wrote: they created a special website just for this...must be an rfd'r :lol:
Agreed. I'm wondering if RFD want to set that sort of precedent by allowing this post to go uncensored (aka I'm not sure Derek/Ryan would want some fat naked bastard posting hot deals in a jpg with a word bubble and his fat naked self ;) )
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Casper wrote: Don't hold your breath.
I agree, untill we have some GSM competition again Rogers doesn't really care.
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lockec wrote: I agree, untill we have some GSM competition again Rogers doesn't really care.
This isn't really true. The people who want data are no longer just business people, but teens and young people who want to use email / IM / full web without worrying about data charges. And non-business travelers have little use for GSM since they rarely go outside NA.
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PatrickS wrote: But this Telus offer has no browsing component to it -- just email / IM. For me, this is not at all comparable.
if it has unlimtied email / IM it also has unlimited web.

What they are saying is it has unlimited 1x data.

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