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Telus rebrands TV, Internet services

Telus Corp. is rebranding its TV and high-speed Internet services and calling it Optik, the telecommunications company said Tuesday.

The Vancouver-based company also said it is investing another $1.7-billion this year to expand its network and bring faster Internet and Optik TV to more homes in Alberta and British Columbia.

“Our Telus team has tapped the latest fibre optic and IP technologies to bring our customers a compelling set of home entertainment and communications services that can be tailored to their lifestyles,” chief commercial officer Joe Natale said in a statement.

Telus also said it will introduce remote recording, the ability to program its TV personal video recorders from smart phones or Web-enabled computers.

The company said it has 6.6 million wireless subscribers, 1.2 million Internet subscribers and 200,000 TV customers.

Source: CTV News

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Headline, Industry News

Telus rebrands TV, Internet services

Telus Corp. is rebranding its TV and high-speed Internet services and calling it Optik, the telecommunications company said Tuesday.

The Vancouver-based company also said it is investing another $1.7-billion this year to expand its network and bring faster Internet and Optik TV to more homes in Alberta and British Columbia.

“Our Telus team has tapped the latest fibre optic and IP technologies to bring our customers a compelling set of home entertainment and communications services that can be tailored to their lifestyles,” chief commercial officer Joe Natale said in a statement.

Telus also said it will introduce remote recording, the ability to program its TV personal video recorders from smart phones or Web-enabled computers.

The company said it has 6.6 million wireless subscribers, 1.2 million Internet subscribers and 200,000 TV customers.

Source: CTV News

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Headline, Industry News

Telus rebrands TV, Internet services

Telus Corp. is rebranding its TV and high-speed Internet services and calling it Optik, the telecommunications company said Tuesday.

The Vancouver-based company also said it is investing another $1.7-billion this year to expand its network and bring faster Internet and Optik TV to more homes in Alberta and British Columbia.

“Our Telus team has tapped the latest fibre optic and IP technologies to bring our customers a compelling set of home entertainment and communications services that can be tailored to their lifestyles,” chief commercial officer Joe Natale said in a statement.

Telus also said it will introduce remote recording, the ability to program its TV personal video recorders from smart phones or Web-enabled computers.

The company said it has 6.6 million wireless subscribers, 1.2 million Internet subscribers and 200,000 TV customers.

Source: CTV News

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