Data Overages, a Thing of the Past with Telus

Data overages. We’ve all been there, at least I know I’m very guilty of this. In fact just this past week while we were camping I received that not so welcoming text message that read;

“You’ve currently used 90% of your monthly data allowance. Extra charges will occur after.”

Ugh. Because that’s not the text you want to receive when you’re only 14 days into your billing cycle and have another 14 to go. 

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Just because one is on vacation, doesn’t mean life stops. Bills need to be paid, dance class schedules need to be checked, preschool registration still happens, groceries need to be ordered and unfortunately tapping into wifi doesn’t always happen. The last thing anyone wants to stress about while ensuring their day to day life is still revolving is whether or not they are going to break the bank in data charges. I know I’m certainly not looking forward to receiving that bill next month.

Thankfully change is here. This year Telus has launched new rate plans, providing customers with peace of mind over the data usage. The new plans, appropriately called, Peace of Mind Rate Plans, provide you with access to endless data without the overage charges.

Can we get a hallelujah!?

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With Telus Peace of Mind Rate Plans you have access to 10GB, 20GB, or 50GB data plans. Once you go over, assuming you do go over, you still have access to stream, share and stay connected at speeds up to 512kbps. All without extra charges.

Data Overages; A Thing of the Past With Telus

Truth be told, I am not currently a Telus customer, but my husband made the jump earlier this year and with plans like this it’s making me want to take the leap as well. With these new Telus Peace of Mind Rate Plans, we could share a plan and never worry about data overage charges again! Instead I could spend more time editing pictures of the kids at the lake, keep up to date on appointments, school outings and the never ending birthday party invites.

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Xo. Andria

{Disclosure; I have partnered with YMC and Telus on this post. All opinions stated are my own.}

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