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Telus Outage Report in Hudson, Montérégie, Québec

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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 Hudson, Québec

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

Telus Outage Chart in Hudson, Montérégie, Québec 04/21/2024 13:45

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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 (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

Community Discussion

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Telus Issues Reports Near Hudson, Québec

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Hudson and nearby locations:

  • kevinilaqua Kevin Ilaqua (@kevinilaqua) reported from Vaudreuil-Dorion, Québec

    @TELUS for the first time in 10 years I can genuinely say your customer service sucks. Your web store sucks at shipping anything on time, they caused the problem.. but the answer.. just cancel your service.. Okay, I most certainly will.

Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • ashleyxkim AK (@ashleyxkim) reported

    @TELUS is actually a terrible provider. I can’t wait until my agreement is completed with them.

  • maxschirm Maximilien Schirm (@maxschirm) reported

    @MikhailKlassen @TELUS Yeah, but don’t they charge for that service??

  • MikhailKlassen Mikhail Klassen (@MikhailKlassen) reported

    @maxschirm There is a surprising amount of user friction when it comes to checking voicemail. Having to listen to voicemail metadata before getting to the actual message is awful. Some telcos offer transcription and an email. @TELUS let's get on that.

  • richyg84 Richy Garcia 🎮 (@richyg84) reported

    @brittca Talking to myself and thinking out loud, I would still go for the cheaper bill. It sucks that they want to stack another two years on your existing contract but a cheaper bill with Telus is better (they 'spensive, I prefer Fido).

  • peoplets12 peoplets12 (@peoplets12) reported

    On hold with TELUS Mobility going on 60 minutes to ask a question about a vacation package that is not on the website. Stop telling me my call is important, it’s a lie. @TELUSsupport I feel bad for your agents. I’m pissed off just having to wait this long. @TELUS you suck.

  • BigforkMontana 𝚁𝚞𝚝𝚑 𝙵𝚕𝚎𝚝𝚝 (@BigforkMontana) reported

    @ExtraLars @TELUS @TELUSsupport Telus is an AWESOME company we love them but unfortunately it sometimes takes me a long time to get through to tech support

  • Stuxain austin 🌈📝 (@Stuxain) reported

    @Telus is the worst for eSIMs. They cost $10, they aren't transferable (gotta buy a new one each time), they ship a PHYSICAL!! card with a QR code, and this whole thing takes forever. @VirginPlus transfers for free, and in seconds. Y'know, like a normal SIM card.

  • fredblord Frédéric Bakhach-Lord (@fredblord) reported

    @tristandamours Ultimately the solution could be pretty simple : more Cable companies need to include OneSoccer in their list of available channels, just like Telus does.

  • bigrock3 Russ Kinnee (@bigrock3) reported

    @ExtraLars @TELUS @TELUSsupport You could try their virtual assistant that they infuriates you for 10 minutes while you figure out how to get a live person. Then wait for another hour or so online for an agent to be available. I guess they only have 1 agent that handles all their customer service….

  • RockenRoller123 RockinRonnie (@RockenRoller123) reported

    @steeletalk @heybabbl Well you will be responsible for installing it yourself, Telus and Shaw will still own the network so they will service that but anything else is on you contacting the provider having send out new equipment, I’ve seen instances where it’s a few weeks with no internet.