Following Koodo’s announcement earlier today, Telus has also announced that they have increased the price of their plans by $5 per month.
The carrier has completely elimiated its 300 local minutes plan. Telus now has unlimited local calling plans that start from $70 per month and unlimited nationwide calling plans starting at $75 per month. In addition, Premium Plus plans now start at $85 per month, and these plans line up with offerings from Bell and Rogers.
Telus is offering data add-ons that start at $45 per month for 4GB or $60 for 8GB per month.
The company is also offering an exclusive promotion which will give you 12GB for $70 per month. There is no word on when the promotion pricing will expire.
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