As section of its $17 billion investment in operations, community infrastructure, and spectrum throughout the province now via 2026, Telus has today announced a $430 million financial commitment across the Metropolis of Calgary in 2022.
Building 8,500 new positions for Albertans and connecting extra families to its 5G and PureFibre networks, Telus will join properties and enterprises throughout the province such as in Airdrie, Calgary, Edmonton, Leduc, Lloydminster, Spruce Grove, and St. Albert.
With the rollout of 3.5 GHz spectrum additions later on this 12 months, Albertans will have accessibility to Telus 5G network delivering an ultrafast and trusted wi-fi link.
“This important expenditure by Telus in our community further more connects citizens to the applications they need to prosper and will create more well-having to pay positions for Calgarians,” reported Mayor Jyoti Gondek.
“This generational $17 billion investment in Alberta is a real demonstration of Telus’ extensive-standing determination to enhancing the lives of Canadians by connecting communities from coastline-to-coast with our environment-top wireless 5G and PureFibre networks,” said Darren Entwistle, President, and CEO of Telus.
“Our broadband know-how is supporting crucial, transformational adjust in regard of enabling online health care, education and learning, and teleworking overall flexibility.”
This week, Telus is also celebrating the opening of Telus Sky, the company’s new condition-of-the-artwork headquarters in downtown Calgary which is just one of the most technologically modern and environmentally-pleasant web sites in North America.