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Telus Launches $65/Month 6GB Promo Voice and Data Plan [Update]

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Don’t you love the Canadian wireless ‘tango’? 6GB data plans seem to be quite popular the last week as earlier today Koodo released a $60/month plan, and now Telus has released a similar plan for its users.

As noted on the Telus homepage, the $65/month ‘Promo Voice and Data 65’ plan includes the following:

  • 200 anytime minutes
  • Unlimited Nationwide My10 (and Nationwide family calling)
  • 6pm evenings and weekends
  • Unlimited text and picture messaging
  • Caller ID and Voice Mail 3
  • 6GB data
  • Free calling for the first month
  • $65/month; available until August 9th

The 6GB data plans that include caller ID and voicemail are a great deal for $60-65/month. We have also seen 6GB promo plans from Rogers and Bell/Virgin. Which plan are you going to jump on?

Thanks for sending this in, Ex and Nabil!

Update 1: Some clarification for everyone about this plan. According to the fine print on the Telus page:

Valid until August 9, 2012. Plans are available with activations and renewals, and not as a rate plan change.

 

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  • DKE850

    Thoughts on Rogers rententions providing the same? Telus and their less than clear stance on 3G FaceTime is concerning.

  • lan

    What is up with 6gb data. Why is it the magic number.

  • It sounds like a lot of data, but 90% of people will never use it all in one month.

  • lan

    What I meant was. Why do they never go more than 6gb of data, they highest the all go is 6gb. I personally use that much data on fido. Mainly vevo/youtube take up my 6gb of data.

  • First world problems? You don’t have internet at home?

  • lan

    Yeah I have rogers at home. I am just a data whore. I use alot of data when im out at the gym etc.

  • gerry

    I guess it’s not bad of a deal if you’re getting all that included since with most, or mainly all other carriers you gotta pay extra for voicemail, call id and stuff. As for the 6GB of data, you could always tether it while you’re in a none wifi zone for traveling.

  • gerry

    I guess it’s not bad of a deal if you’re getting all that included since with most, or mainly all other carriers you gotta pay extra for voicemail, call id and stuff. As for the 6GB of data, you could always tether it while you’re in a none wifi zone for traveling.

  • gerry

    I guess it’s not bad of a deal if you’re getting all that included since with most, or mainly all other carriers you gotta pay extra for voicemail, call id and stuff. As for the 6GB of data, you could always tether it while you’re in a none wifi zone for traveling.

  • JohnG

    Rogers has a $60 GB plan for week already. It’s funny how Telus comes up with something that looks exactly the same. As someone pointed out, it is very unclear on Telus 3G policy.

  • James

    I was able to change my plan to this and remain contract free and go month to month.

  • Ben

    Or you could just go with Kudo. It’s Telus under a different brand only it’s $5 cheaper and includes free long distance in Canada (better than my10) and 50 more minutes per month. Same network, same company, different name.

  • Kristina

    Rogers offers 10gb for $50 in addition to a voice plan.

  • guest

    Virgin Mobile has a 60$ 6gb data plan out also

  • duker733

    I tried calling retentions and switching to this plan but they would not let me switch? She said it’s for renewals or new customers only. Such bullshit

  • Heatheralys

    keep trying i called and got it switched after speaking to 3 reps told me they couldnt i got it switched tonight:)

  • Got an awesome rep right off the bat who switched it no problem!!! I was so excited about this because it really was the deciding factor of me staying with them because other telecommunication companies were offering me the same same deal!

  • James

    Nonsense, Rogers copied this deal from Virgin Mobile which had it almost a year ago when I bought my 4S. Who cares if Telus copied Rogers copying Virgin? Its as ridiculous as Apple suing Samsung for stealing its tech (which they probably did) when they copied Microsoft who copied Linux, all under the title of “innovation”.

  • DaBestNiggaThereIs

    who givs a fuukkk bich arsseeeeeeee cuntttt ur a bisch u should die cuntkkk RAYCIISS BITCH GO DIE

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