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Telus to invest billions across Canada

Staff writer |
Telus intends to invest $4.2 billion in new infrastructure and facilities across Alberta through 2018, including $1 billion this year alone.

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When combined with operational expenses, this will bring the total Telus investment in Alberta over the next four years to more than $11 billion.

This significant investment will result in Telus having invested more than $45 billion in Alberta since 2000 to further extend advanced telecommunications infrastructure and healthcare services, ensuring sustained innovation and fueling economic growth.

Telus intends to invest $4 billion in new infrastructure and facilities across its home province of British Columbia through 2018, including $1 billion this year alone. When combined with operational expenses, this will bring Telus’ total investment in British Columbia over the next four years to $11.5 billion.

By the end of 2018, Telus will have invested more than $47 billion in British Columbia since 2000 to extend the reach of advanced telecommunications infrastructure and healthcare technology, ensuring sustained innovation and fueling the province’s economic growth.

ELUS intends to invest more than $1.6 billion in new communications infrastructure across Québec through 2018. When combined with operational expenses, this will bring Telus’ total investment in Québec over the next four years to more than $6 billion.

This significant investment will result in Telus having invested more than $23 billion in Québec since 2000 to further extend advanced telecommunications infrastructure supporting sustained innovation and fueling economic growth.

Telus will invest $116 million in new infrastructure and facilities across the Greater Montréal area this year to enhance wireless capacity and data speeds, connect more businesses directly to the company’s fibre optic network, and deliver Telus Health technology solutions.

By the end of 2018, Telus will have invested $23 billion in Québec since 2000.

This year, Telus will invest $10 million to connect thousands of homes and businesses in Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon, Saint-Charles and Sainte-Marie directly to Telus’ fibre optic network, while simultaneously adding wireless capacity and coverage throughout the region.


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