Telus Logo – Telus is a leading Canadian of telecommunications, with $ 8.143 million CAD in annual revenue, is the second largest in Canada after Bell Canada. Telus provides telecommunication products and services online and wireless, is the leading provider of online telephony in the province of Alberta, in most parts of British Columbia, and in eastern Quebec.
Telus came in 1990, after the privatization of Alberta Government Telephones (AGT), until then owned by the government of Alberta. In 1995 Telus acquires EdTel, telephone service in the city of Edmonton, ending with the government presence in telecommunications in the province and continuing the process of deregulation of the telecommunications market. This deregulation also allowed other companies, such as Rogers Communications, Bell Canada, Primus Canada, and others, come to compete in Alberta, while fast emerging technologies such as mobile phones, fiber optic and Internet services that Telus did increase services. In 1996, the brand was officially implemented Telus, unifying and removing marks and EdTel AGT. More