TELUS's primary competitors are Shaw Communications (in the western provinces), and Bell Canada and Vidéotron (in Quebec).
Following the merger of BCTel with TELUS of Alberta, GTE sold its interests in Québec Téléphone to TELUS in August 2000, which renamed it TELUS Québec on April 2, 2001.
The site owner agreed to comply and TELUS unblocked the website.
TELUS International is TELUS’s global arm, providing global contact center and business process outsourcing services to corporations in the financial services, consumer electronics and gaming, telecommunications, energy and utilities industries.
While the merged company chose to retain the TELUS name, it moved its headquarters from Edmonton to Vancouver.
Large swaths of rural Quebec, mainly the Gaspé Peninsula and the north shore, were served from 1927 by an entity known as Corporation de Téléphone et de Pouvoir de Québec, and in 1955, this became known as Québec Téléphone.