Bell Mobility, Telus Mobility battle using free Long Distance as weapon
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Bell Mobility, Telus Mobility battle using free Long Distance as weapon

It didn’t take long for Telus Mobility to retaliate for a Bell initiative in Telus’s home turf of Western Canada. In response to Bell’s extending its offer of free long distance in the West, Telus has offered the same in Bell’s home territory of Eastern Canada. Here is the deal:

This package is available for the month of December only to new Telus Mobility clients porting directly from Bell.

While you are in your local Telus store here is a neat stocking stuffer..Pick up a stuffed Saw-Whet owl, Telus’ latest critter for $7.50. Part of the sales proceeds will be given to local organizations, including youth-focused charities across the country. You could choose  to donate $1 if you don’t want to buy a critter but still want to contribute to the store’s charitable donation.

Since 2001, TELUS’ annual critter sales have generated close to $600,000 for hundreds of local charities across Canada like Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Sick Kids Foundation, Opération Enfant Soleil, Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs and more. Over 180 TELUS stores are participating in this year’s campaign and the money raised in each location will go to organizations chosen by local TELUS store team members.

The Saw-Whet Owl is really cute, it makes a great stocking stuffer and your purchase helps to support a local good cause.

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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