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nss_tech

join:2007-07-29
Edmonton AB
reply to nss_tech

Re: Telus jacking up long distance rates to 40 cents per minute

I find it interesting that Shaw is still at 4 cents a minute period. No long distance plan needed. Normally Shaw tends to be the one to increase rates first.

zod5000

join:2003-10-21
Victoria, BC
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said by nss_tech:

I find it interesting that Shaw is still at 4 cents a minute period. No long distance plan needed. Normally Shaw tends to be the one to increase rates first.

If you're in a bundle with shaw the phone is only an extra 10 dollars (ie if you remove the phone line from the bundle you only save 10 dollars). In my old shaw bundle I am paying 15 for the phone line. I'm a little surprised Telus charges that much for landline service when Shaw is cheaper.