Telus Launches PureFibre X 2.5 Gbps Internet in Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley

Telus has just announced the launch of PureFibre X across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley, a new tier offering Canada’s fastest home internet with symmetrical upload and download speeds of 2.5 Gbps.

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With the power of a 100% fiber-to-the-home network, Telus can seamlessly increase bandwidth and capacity to deliver unparalleled speeds to all PureFibre customers. The new PureFibre X internet plan also includes next-generation Wi-Fi 6, the fastest home Wi-Fi available anywhere in Western Canada. 

By combining Wi-Fi 6 technology with PureFibre X, households will experience faster Internet speeds on more devices so everyone can simultaneously game, surf the web, make video calls, work or learn from home, and stream in 4k. 

“Telus PureFibre X gives entrepreneurs, start-ups, home-based businesses, students and workers access to the fastest Internet speeds available anywhere in Canada from a major provider,” said Telus VP Zainul Mawji.

“We are proud to be the first major Internet provider in Canada to deliver this powerful connectivity to our customers’ homes, particularly at a time when our customers need to learn, work, or operate their businesses from home.

We look forward to connecting our fellow British Columbians to PureFibre X and supporting these communities as they continue to navigate the pandemic, and attract new industries and innovators to drive economic growth in British Columbia.”

More information about the PureFibre X 2.5 gigabit internet is available on the Telus website.