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Telus Outage Report in Capitale-Nationale, 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 Capitale-Nationale, Québec

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

Telus Outage Chart in Capitale-Nationale, Québec 07/22/2024 22:40

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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 (20%)

    Phone (20%)

  3. Wi-fi (10%)

    Wi-fi (10%)

  4. TV (8%)

    TV (8%)

  5. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  6. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

Community Discussion

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Telus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • GotJuiceCTD johnny (@GotJuiceCTD) reported

    @JT_Fisherman @granger_cc My 6 month average is above 100 Down and 20 Up. And with no limits, I am far better off. My Telus plan was the max 500Gb, and I was tired of exceeding that each month and paying an extra 30-100/month. Plus the double billing that happened twice, I just had enough. Starlink FTW

  • SheilaGault3 Sheila Gault (@SheilaGault3) reported

    @madnomadic I think it is going to be bye bye Telus for me after 22 yrs as a customer

  • Sidular Sidular! (@Sidular) reported

    Still no internet. Bell Rep said it could take days to fix. Offered me $30 in credit, or 50 GB of data to my phone line. I’m with Telus… so, uh… This should be fun

  • CanadaSeabird Sea Bird Canada Immigration Consultancy Inc. (@CanadaSeabird) reported

    @TELUSsupport If you cannot provide support, unable to resolve Case ID 17837955, unable to reply our emails, unable to pick our calls, and only able to send us bills. then, please discconect the phone and internet services. @TELUS

  • UnhingedMarket1 Unhinged Bird (@UnhingedMarket1) reported

    Everytime I have to speak to one of the tyrants of Canada, @TELUS @Bell or @rogers I remember what happens under monopolies, horrible customer service, horrible prices and just a general rage in the public for being trapped

  • Rootbrian_ Rootbrian's updates, rational thoughts & opinions (@Rootbrian_) reported

    @donny_motz @MobileSyrup @telusmobility There's Wi-Fi calling to solve it until it does get fixed. Also, telus can't do bollocks if you've got tin-foil hatters as neighbours using those signal jamming devices (which explains why signal is absent - LTE and 5G, not just 3G). If I'm correct.

  • Rootbrian_ Rootbrian's updates, rational thoughts & opinions (@Rootbrian_) reported

    @AbrahamZreik @MobileSyrup Fyi, koodo is telus-owned. Virgin is bell-owned. Also, the "app" just loads the website inside a container. Much prefer just bookmarking the member's area in the browser vs downloading a clunky container that never updates on it's own.

  • karamalu maybe: kara (@karamalu) reported

    Hey @TELUS @TELUSsupport I’ve been with you for almost three years on a plan that I never even use half my data, and your thanks to me is to increase my monthly bill? And give me nothing extra? Not cool.

  • lilimill11 Lili Mill (@lilimill11) reported

    FYI if you are with @TELUS and have your Network setting Automatic (standard for all phones) they will charge you US roaming fees in CANADA if your phone connects to a US tower. It is your fault if your phone connects when you are 15km from the border…

  • naelvstheworld nael! (@naelvstheworld) reported

    @LucasIsPersonal **** telus all my homies hate telus