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Telus Announces C$1.3 Billion Equity Offering
Telus Reports Results For Fourth Quarter
Telus announces debt offering
TELUS Corp provides a range of telecommunications products and services. The Company operates through two segments: wireless and wireline. The wireless segment includes network revenues and equipment sales arising from mobile technologies. The wireline segment includes data revenues, voice and other telecommunications services revenues and equipment sales. It provides wireless products and services for consumers and businesses across Canada. Its products and services include data and voice, devices and Internet of things (IoT) solutions. It offers wireline products and services, such as residential services in British Columbia, Alberta and Eastern Quebec; healthcare solutions; automation and security solutions; business services across Canada; and customer care and business services (CCBS) solutions offered internationally.
510 Georgia St W 7th Floor
Richard H. Auchinleck
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Group President, TELUS and Chair, TELUS Québec
President, Home Solutions and Small Business
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Telus Corp could cut 5,000 jobs and C$1 billion in investments over the next five years if the Canadian telecom operator is forced to slash prices by 25% or open its network to wireless resellers, The Globe and Mail reported https://tgam.ca/39JGaRY on Thursday.
Canadian telecom operator Telus Corp said on Wednesday that it aims to raise about C$1.3 billion ($983.43 million)through a public stock offering, priced at C$52 per share.
Canadian telecom operator Telus Corp <T.TO> will soon begin rolling out its 5G network and its initial module will be with Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's equipment, the company's Chief Financial Officer Doug French said on Thursday.
Canadian telecom operator Telus Corp will use Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's equipment to launch 5G network in the country later this year, the company's chief financial officer, Doug French, told the Financial Post.
Canadian telecom operator Telus Corp <T.TO> forecast full-year revenue above analysts' estimates but posted lower-than-expected quarterly revenue on fewer wireless subscriber additions.
Canadian firm Telus Corp <T.TO> said on Wednesday its unit will buy Germany-based business service provider Competence Call Center (CCC) for about 915 million euros ($1.01 billion), which consists of debt and equity.
Telus Corp <T.TO> said on Tuesday it would buy home security provider ADT Inc's <ADT.N> Canadian operations for C$700 million ($527.27 million), as the telecommunications provider builds out its security business.
Canadian telecom company Telus Corp said on Tuesday it will invest C$16 billion ($12.09 billion) in Alberta over the next five years to improve access to healthcare technology and prepare the province for high speed 5G network.
Telecom company Telus Corp said on Thursday it expects costs related to setting up fifth-generation (5G) wireless network to escalate if the Canadian government bans Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies.
Canada's Telus Corp reported a 4 percent rise in quarterly profit on Thursday, as the telecom services provider registered growth across its wireless and wireline segments.
Canadian telecoms company Telus Corp reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, as more subscribers signed up for its wireless services, including high-speed internet, and its cable TV service.
Canada's Telus Corp reported a 10 percent rise in quarterly profit on Thursday, as the telecom services provider added more wireless customers in a fiercely competitive market.
Canadian telecom company Telus Corp <T.TO> added fewer postpaid subscribers in the second quarter and average monthly wireless bill came in below estimates, sending its shares down 2 percent.
Telus Corp, one of Canada's biggest telecom providers, reported a marginal rise in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by higher average monthly bills in its wireless business.
* TELUS CORP FILES FOR MIXED SHELF OFFERING OF UP TO $3.5 BILLION WITH THE U.S. SEC Source text: (https://bit.ly/2rFif1D) Further company coverage:
Canadian telecom provider Telus Corp's <T.TO> quarterly profit came in slightly below analysts' estimates on Thursday, as it spent heavily to add wireless subscribers amid stiff competition.
* Q1 REVENUE C$3.4 BILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW C$3.36 BILLION
Rogers Communications Inc's <RCIb.TO> first-quarter profit topped analysts' forecasts as the Canadian cable and telecom company signed up more wireless postpaid and internet customers.
* TELUS CORP - ANNOUNCED OFFERING OF $600 MILLION OF SENIOR UNSECURED SERIES CX NOTES WITH A 10-YEAR MATURITY
Canadian telecoms companies BCE Inc <BCE.TO> and Telus <T.TO> reported increases in their fourth-quarter revenues on Thursday as they added more postpaid subscribers than expected in a highly competitive wireless market.
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