Telus Outage Report in Coleman, Alberta

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Telus offers phone, internet and television services, as well as mobile phone and mobile internet service through Telus Mobility. Telus internet service uses DSL technology. Telus TV relies on satellite or internet television (IPTV). Telus' mobile phone network supports CMS, HSPA and LTE.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Coleman, Alberta

The chart below shows the number of Telus reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Coleman and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Telus Outage Chart in Coleman, Alberta 04/25/2024 08:15

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Telus users through our website.

  1. Internet (50%)

    Internet (50%)

  2. Phone (27%)

    Phone (27%)

  3. Wi-fi (9%)

    Wi-fi (9%)

  4. TV (7%)

    TV (7%)

  5. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  6. E-mail (2%)

    E-mail (2%)

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Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • jasonwurz81 Jason Wurz (@jasonwurz81) reported

    @TELUS so if it "ONLY" two dollars per customer why bother charging a processing fee I mean its "ONLY" $2 afternoon #crooks

  • 1ProudCdn Darcey (@1ProudCdn) reported

    Is anyone else having issues with their @TELUS service?

  • pfak Peter Kieser 🍁 (@pfak) reported

    @chex383pub @Speedtest It's 2 links. 1 TELUS Fibre and 1 Shaw. Both 1Gbit/s. My internal network is actually my limit. Shaw has up to 1.5Gbit/s now, I believe. IIRC. Have 2 1GigE Links in LACP to my server, and 2 1GigE LACP links from my router to my network.

  • BCReality BC Reality (@BCReality) reported

    @tomjbrenner I ditched Telus a number of years ago, when they threatened to charge me for a service call to investigate a poor quality phone line. Not once, not twice, but three times. It was their equipment, dumped them.

  • Bigger_Nugz Dan (@Bigger_Nugz) reported

    @telus you can go **** yourselves with your extra 1.5%. You will be loosing another customer.

  • ladybuggyal SᗩᗰIᖇᗩᕼ 🐞🇨🇦🇬🇾 (@ladybuggyal) reported

    @HealthierLonger @CityNewsTO I love Telus service and customer service. Never have I ever had any issues with them. It’s just so expensive and passing another fee onto the customer when they make billions in profits? Not too happy about that!

  • tina_j_ TinaJ (@tina_j_) reported

    @connordpeters @gar21_s @CBCNews and which company would that be, i pay telus ,shaw , rogers never any trouble, so which company?

  • WhiteBuffaloSon Heard with Trevor - Buffalo Son (@WhiteBuffaloSon) reported

    @CTVNews Telus that paid their board additional compensation nearing $30 million dollars last year. Telus who's CEO an extra $20 million dollars in compensation last year. Telus who charges 6 times more than the most expensive service in the UK.

  • NelsonTammany Nelson Cavalheiro (@NelsonTammany) reported

    Yes, multi-billion dollar corporation like TELUS just cannot survive without hammering Canadians with this additional 1.5% charge. Inflation is wiping them out. They need the CRTC to help them rip Canadians off even more since we already pay highest cell charges in the world.

  • disco_hits Hillary 🇺🇦 (@disco_hits) reported

    WOW - My contract is up with my current provider and not wanting to be part Rogers or Bell, @Telus was my #1 option for a new provider... damn. Not anymore. You can afford the 1.5% if I choose to pay by credit card. Can you imagine if all retailers charged this?