Telus Outage Report in Riske Creek, 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 Riske Creek, British Columbia

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

Telus Outage Chart in Riske Creek, British Columbia 06/23/2024 16:45

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (54%)

    Internet (54%)

  2. Phone (24%)

    Phone (24%)

  3. Wi-fi (9%)

    Wi-fi (9%)

  4. TV (7%)

    TV (7%)

  5. Total Blackout (4%)

    Total Blackout (4%)

  6. E-mail (2%)

    E-mail (2%)

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Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • BakedGoodsYYC Baked Goods (@BakedGoodsYYC) reported

    @biletubes @MondoAlberta @PierrePoilievre Btw I have worked in the industry for a decade. Including 8 yrs at telus. The network is the part that failed yesterday. Thats not true. SaskTel’s price and service keeps rates in SK far lower than private sector competition has anywhere in the country.

  • TheYungCatholic Yung Catholic 🇻🇦🍁 (@TheYungCatholic) reported

    @pressFToTweet @DIorioNathaniel Yeah the obvious solution is both/and. Ontario should have its own version of SaskTel AND the market should be opened up to non-Bell/Rogers/Telus players at the same time.

  • AndyNSHfx Andy McLean (@AndyNSHfx) reported

    @AlixG_2 so.. it would be the interac network folks who put the bid out for inet connectivity and rogers won the bid. over telus / bell, etc.

  • ApharianRasta HomeyChron Rasta (@ApharianRasta) reported

    @NeilGunner @Rogers @RogersHelps I had koodo (telus ) before fido and they had an outage which impacted me. They're all prone to downtime but the latest 24h outage for me is unacceptable

  • fishcreekbeer Fish Creek Brewing Co. (@fishcreekbeer) reported

    @SamyiMo @TheBeaverton Clearly they should have redundancies. The fact Bell, TELUS, Shaw, Cogeco, Videotron, Sasktel, etc. already exist didn’t prevent Interac’s service from going down. How would another 5, 10 or 100 competitors have?

  • heradasha brb scromiting (@heradasha) reported

    @kadonkadiekay @tanyahayles My parents have been their customers for 40 years and someone at Telus cancelled their grandfathered long-distance plan and Telus refused to put it back, so... crapshoot. Everyone sucks. I might see if I can get a 416 number, though. That would get me to switch.

  • DavidShawn6488 Bassman (@DavidShawn6488) reported

    @AlloccaMirella There are others like Telus but yes that’s the problem it’s always the peace’s of **** in government and why in Canada your Cell is so expensive not enough competition

  • AnitaFl25063669 Anita Fleming (@AnitaFl25063669) reported

    @merry123459 We stick with Telus because my one experience using Bell cell phone support felt like bent trapped in a Dilbert carton.

  • SeeKyleRunNGun Sunshine Actual (The Unacceptable) (@SeeKyleRunNGun) reported

    @theJagmeetSingh Hey, it seems that you don't know that TELUS and Bell were still in service.

  • SeeKyleRunNGun Sunshine Actual (The Unacceptable) (@SeeKyleRunNGun) reported

    @ShellyUrquhart Try TELUS. Much better service. No outages