Telus Outage Report in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

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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 Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

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

Telus Outage Chart in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia 06/14/2024 22:00

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (51%)

    Internet (51%)

  2. Phone (24%)

    Phone (24%)

  3. Wi-fi (10%)

    Wi-fi (10%)

  4. TV (7%)

    TV (7%)

  5. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  6. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

Live Outage Map Near Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

The most recent Telus outage reports came from the following cities: Vancouver, Langley, Burnaby, Surrey, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Aberdeen, New Westminster, Maple Ridge, Delta and Port Moody.

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City Problem Type Report Time
CanadaVancouver Internet
CanadaLangley TV
CanadaVancouver E-mail
CanadaVancouver Internet
CanadaVancouver Phone
CanadaBurnaby TV

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Telus Issues Reports Near Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Pitt Meadows and nearby locations:

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @keithbaldrey Good for @Telus to remedy the issue with the call centres and finding ppl to man the phones. Just curious why Telus can’t respond to actual customer concerns that quickly & remedy issues that arise. Funny how that works.

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @casper5803 @richardzussman @TELUS where are they getting these agents so quickly? Great if they actually can, however, the reality remains where are they getting them & why werent they deployed yesterday when it became obvious their ineptitude was creating huge issues?

  • naidoo_emmanuel Emmanuel Naidoo (@naidoo_emmanuel) reported from Burnaby, British Columbia

    @Telus and @TELUSsupport please can you explain the cause if disruption of service on 26 May2021 at 13:30 PST on the Burnaby area? #PoorService

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @Bzubyk @TELUS If you’ve ever had an issue with this horrid Telcom, you’d understand how bureaucratic & truly Inept they actually are. This isn’t really all that surprising when you team an inept co with an obviously feckless bureaucracy

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @Bzubyk We all know it’s drivel damage control written by a PR hack. What it didn’t say was how they were going to remedy to situation. Probably because that cost $ & everyone knows @Telus is loathe to spend $ on much but virtue signalling PR campaigns.

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @keithbaldrey If youve ever had to deal with @Telus you’d know this fiasco is par for the course. On a good day Telus is in a tight battle for one of the worst customer service, unresponsive, bureaucratic co’s in the country, on a bad day you get what happened.

  • CiaraHempseed Ciara Hempseed (@CiaraHempseed) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    I’m just far too exhausted. I’ve exhausted every option other than going to Er st Paul’s And it’s just blah The doctor on Telus health app felt all bad last night

  • SamGorC SGC Dream a little. Dream a lot. (@SamGorC) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    I swear, putting me on hold for so long when I phone you to cancel my internet service just reinforces the fact that I want to leave. Like do they think it's a tactic so people get impatient and hang up? Really Telus?

  • robbahd Rob Bahd (@robbahd) reported from Delta, British Columbia

    @RobShaw_BC @VaughnPalmer @TELUS So these call center agents are Telus employees? Adding agents to answer over a million calls is not going to solve the problem. A supplementary online system would have helped.

  • rxstephanie Stephanie Hahn (@rxstephanie) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @steeletalk I found out via media...I am so very upset as we have been asking to be included and “radio silence” and then “boom” media drops this important info? We don’t have unlimited staffing and people like @TELUS to help us man the phones...why no notice to supposed front liners ! Sigh

  • mmgreid Mark the Teacher (@mmgreid) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @CBCStephenQuinn just last week I had another awful call with @TELUS over the the 50% hike in my monthly home services bill. Loyalty discounts just don’t exist in the #telecom sector and they REALLY should.

  • sapessi Stefano Buliani (@sapessi) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    I get that there's a new version of the Pik TV app for Android and you are excited for the to update, @TELUS. But unless it's absolutely necessary, forcing me to upgrade or quit when I launch the app is the worst experience!

  • PickledGingerBC C.R. Martel, Esq. (@PickledGingerBC) reported from Coquitlam, British Columbia

    @CALCocoReads You should still have 911 access... phones are designed to hop on to any network it can pick up to place an emergency call, even if you have no SIM card... just means that Rogers/Fido customers would hop in to Telus/Bell to make the call.

  • apukwa Scott M. (@apukwa) reported from Coquitlam, British Columbia

    Next stage of working with @Telus: 1) phone call, told to go to store 2) store says they can't help me but they can sell be a SIM card, call this number 3) called that number, told they can only fill out a form for things to be activated in 5 days, my SIM is useless

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @PaulDoroshenko Except @Telus is far from an expert at much of anything. Their reputation is horrid at most everything. Even their own employees acknowledge how bad they are.

  • randomdh Don Hoglund (@randomdh) reported from Surrey, British Columbia

    Telus email transition to google what a bloody headache @TELUSsupport @ShawInfo might be time for change Telus cost is way too much with zero help

  • MsYouDoYou BdblE (@MsYouDoYou) reported from Burnaby, British Columbia

    @hurrrdurrr @juliekrobe I mean, Copeman still exists, though owned by Telus now so not entirely. Also, you know full well the Canadian health care system would treat her and presumably she’s got travel insurance.

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @maxfawcett You haven’t lived until you’ve had to deal with Telus customer service. A vacation in hell would be more pleasant than dealing with the abomination that is @Telus

  • dave_pasin Dave Pasin (@dave_pasin) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @kboyd05 Good luck. Took 1.5 hrs to deal with @TELUS yesterday to deal with an over billing issue. On any given day, Telus is possibly the worst company in Canada to deal with. Bureaucratic, unresponsive, inept, and that’s just the start.

  • Aanshik1 aanshik1 (@Aanshik1) reported from Vancouver, British Columbia

    @TELUSsupport I have sent you a DM about my ongoing internet connection dropping issues with Telus internet with my case details, kindly respond to my DM, thanks.

Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Neota4 Neota 🧚‍♀️🇨🇦✌💗 (@Neota4) reported

    @JustShadoe @merry123459 That's how I feel about Telus. I'd use smoke signals before I'd ever give them another dollar. I think they're all crooks but Roger's customer service is the best.

  • yourchoice14pm NB (@yourchoice14pm) reported

    @thevivafrei @theJagmeetSingh @PierrePoilievre Viva, Rogers, Bell, and Telus own the smaller service providers. In the competitive Law, it states u must have more then 2 service providers for it not to be a monopoly. Should say 6 or more. If there were 6 or more, cell bills would be $20 a month like in the US.

  • MGChauvet MG Chauvet (@MGChauvet) reported

    @maureenholloway Apparently the WEF was behind the Rogers outage and some are certain Canada is the testing ground for world **********. But aside from that I think some folks couldn’t check their Twitter feeds, Bell stayed quiet and Telus visibly doubled down on its advertising budget.

  • 613_Me 613_Me (@613_Me) reported

    @RogersHelps @Rogers In #ottawa #rogers is back but we only have one bar of service. Can open apps but articles won’t load etc. can make phone calls now. Can finally check for offers from BELL and TELUS. We had a 4 DAY OUTAGE from Rogers in May with ZERO credit offered and now this bull.

  • BrittA_Brezinsk Brittany Brezinski (@BrittA_Brezinsk) reported

    @Poppaplunge @mandip_gill @RogersHelps I have been with Telus for years now and never once had what you are describing happen, and have perfect credit…

  • TheHausOfN8 Nate bucknor (@TheHausOfN8) reported

    @iPhoneinCanada I’m with @TELUS . I don’t have these issue.

  • KalebBetteridge liner 🇺🇦 (@KalebBetteridge) reported

    @brent_whiteside That's not gonna change anything, a good chunk of Canada was left with 0 network, them renting off Bell and Telus Towers in the west wont change the fact we waited 14-24 hours.

  • BCBoisvert Brian (@BCBoisvert) reported

    @steeletalk There was another way(theory). Pop the sim card from the rogers phone to make it simless and then try. All networks accept 911 calls from a mobile. Even with out paid service. My theory is the simless phone would connect the call through a functional network, Bell or Telus.

  • Shannon_Newton Shannon 🍁🇨🇦 (@Shannon_Newton) reported

    @ShayeGanam I switched to Telus with the last outage and gotta admit, glad I did!!!

  • maureen20shawc1 maureen (@maureen20shawc1) reported

    @JustinBarracosa @danni_flach @Shadeau90z It’s not, I’m with Telus and have no issues with their service.