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Telus Outage in Wilsonville, Ontario

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.

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Telus problems in the last 24 hours in Wilsonville, Ontario

Telus Outage Chart in Wilsonville, Ontario 06/14/2021 07:35

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 56.06% Internet
  • Phone 19.20% Phone
  • Wi-fi 9.00% Wi-fi
  • TV 7.79% TV
  • E-mail 4.67% E-mail
  • Total Blackout 3.29% Total Blackout

Telus Outage Map Near Wilsonville, Ontario

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Brantford and Brant.

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Telus in Wilsonville, Ontario Comments

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Telus Issues Reports Near Wilsonville, Ontario

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Wilsonville and nearby locations:
  • MikeSpicer12 Mike Spicer (@MikeSpicer12) reported from Brant, Ontario

    @TELUS Thanks for the $500.00 cancellation bill today. You charged me a cancellation fee when I moved from Alberta to Ontario!! You don’t have internet or tv service in Ontario! And that’s my fault! Customer service needs improvement too!!

  • Charlie_Lyons Charlie Lyons (@Charlie_Lyons) reported from Brantford, Ontario

    Anyone else in Brantford currently getting no cell service where you ordinarily get 3 or 4 bars? #TELUS #Brantford #BrantfordBrant

Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • MacMarkkus MacMarkkus (@MacMarkkus) reported

    @TELUS Links are broken? Everything returning and server error. Is the site down?

  • marchaslam1 Marc Haslam (@marchaslam1) reported

    @StrategicThghts @TELUS @Shawhelp I tried self install once with a new 4K box. Failed miserably and needed an on-site service call.

  • ImbeaultStryder RoboltDevOwner (@ImbeaultStryder) reported

    @TELUS my dn setting isn’t working on my router please help

  • thomasrandalbe1 thomasrandalbell@gmail.com (@thomasrandalbe1) reported

    @LoveElizabest @iristel Same here. Threatening arrest if I don't press 1 to speak with an agent. I managed to stop the calls using Call Control with Telus. It's a fee service and a caller has to press a randomly generated number from 1 to 9 to complete their call. No more robo calls! :)

  • StrategicThghts David Schreck (@StrategicThghts) reported

    @TELUS said I must switch to fibre optic as they won’t support if problems with copper wires. Today their AI call asked if I’d like to do the install myself with virtual support. Imagine they’d have me climb pole and string cable. #bcpoli @ShawInfo

  • StrategicThghts David Schreck (@StrategicThghts) reported

    @Telus said I must switch to fibre optic as they won’t support if problems with copper wires. Today AI call asked if I’d like to do the install myself with virtual support. Imagine they’d have me climb poll and string cable. #bcpoli @ShawInfo

  • sookemonitor Bob Lawblaw (@sookemonitor) reported

    @TELUS OK so I can save $1530 on a phone?? How much is this phone worth? I've never spent more than $300 for a phone.

  • carlz8 Carlz (@carlz8) reported

    How am I going to watch yellowstone when I can't find paramount on @TELUS .. help!

  • fanCRTCProfling Commissioner Miner (@fanCRTCProfling) reported

    Teus files that, Yes, they will gladly pay. lol ever see Telus happily want to pay a cost award? For garbage? No? Me either.

  • apukwa Scott M. (@apukwa) reported

    @scowlyguy This is our truck trying to maintain a constant data network connection. When it's on the road it relies on Telus or Rogers, when it's back "at home" it relies on our in-house WiFi. But, even then, it still monitors Telus and Rogers in case WiFi goes down. ....