TELUS Corporation released its unaudited results for the third quarter of 2021. Consolidated operating revenues and other income increased by 6.8% over the same period a year ago, reaching C$4.3 billion while EBITDA increased by 7.6%, reaching C$1.5 billion. Moreover, net income increased by 11.5%, reaching C$358 million, with the free cash flow of C$203 million also increased by C$42 million or 26% compared to last year.

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Bell Canada and Google Cloud announced a strategic partnership to power Bell’s company-wide digital transformation, enhance its network and IT infrastructure, and enable a more sustainable future. This new, multi-year partnership will combine Bell’s 5G network leadership with Google’s expertise in multicloud, data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI), to deliver next-generation experiences for Bell customers across Canada.

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Rogers Communications announced it is launching Canada’s largest and most reliable 5G network, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Now residents and businesses in parts of Halifax have access to this next generation of wireless technology which will be expanding soon to neighbouring communities. Rogers 5G is the first and only 5G network in Atlantic Canada, and is also available in communities across New Brunswick. Rogers currently offers 5G access to half of the Canadian population, and is available in over 700 communities nationwide with the commitment to reach 1,000 by year end.

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