TELUS PureFibre Launches in Edmonton, Along with Internet 150 Promo

TELUS has announced PureFibre is now available for customers in Edmonton, as a new video on YouTube says “Experience the power of the TELUS PureFibre network today.”

A current Internet 150/150 promo offers upload and download speeds up to 150 Mbps, available for $42 per month for the first six months (then $80/month after)—only if you sign up for TELUS TV on a 2-year agreement, and you’re a new customer. If you sign up for Internet only, the promo $42 price is only for three months (thanks, fine print).

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According to the Telus Fibre availability map, northwest parts of Edmonton have Fibre live, along with areas in Ambleside.

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In August, TELUS upped its Internet 150 plan to include both upload and download up to 150 Mbps, to battle rival Shaw in Western Canada; the latter’s Internet 150 plan only offers upload speeds of up to 15 Mbps.

Last year, TELUS announced it would invest $1 billion in Edmonton over the next five to six years to roll out fibre-optic Internet, with ambitions to turn the city into Canada’s first “urban gigabit society,” according to CEO Darren Entwistle.

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  • MIke Nitsopoulos

    At least they have an availability map. Would be nice of Bell Fibe gigabit to do the same. They’ve been way too quiet about their rollout n Toronto.

  • Riley Freeman

    telus has such better pricing and options in the west. I wish they came here to toronto. does anyone know the actual reason why? Is it all the licenses or too hard to crack the market?