|Bid||37.79 x 1800|
|Ask||37.82 x 800|
|Day's Range||37.72 - 37.95|
|52 Week Range||32.46 - 38.89|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.09|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.76 (4.62%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
While BlackBerry (BB) partners with WM Motors to augment the in-car experience of its upcoming models, Ericsson (ERIC) uses 5G technology-enabled devices for automated ferry services in Norway.
TELUS announced today a dual-tranche offering (“the Offering”) of $600 million of senior unsecured Series CAA notes with a 10-year maturity and $400 million of senior unsecured Series CAB notes with a 30-year maturity. The notes are offered through a syndicate of agents led by CIBC World Markets Inc, Scotia Capital Inc. and TD Securities Inc. Closing of the Offering is expected to occur on or about December 16, 2019. The net proceeds of this Offering will be used to repay existing indebtedness of TELUS, including outstanding commercial paper (incurred for general working capital purposes) and the reduction of cash amounts outstanding under an arm’s length securitization trust to which an affiliate of TELUS sells interests in certain trade receivables (incurred to finance the acquisition of ADT Security Services Canada, Inc.), to fund capital expenditures and for other general corporate purposes.
Frontier (FTR) collaborates with Neustar to thwart robocalls with the deployment of latest technology solutions for protecting consumers from malicious telephonic scams.
With Christmas just around the corner, all I want is a fantastic dividend-growth stock as my Christmas present, and Telus might be the only stock I need.
TELUS (TU) showcases its call-authentication technology for Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and Federal Communications Commission to thwart robocalls.
OTTAWA, Dec. 09, 2019 -- Today, TELUS facilitated a successful demonstration of the emerging call verification technology STIR/SHAKEN, for the Canadian Radio-television and.
Telus Corporation (TSX:T)(NYSE:TU) looks like a cheap dividend bet, but should you buy it or its disruptor?
TELUS (TU) plans to acquire Competence Call Center for $1 billion with an aim to boost operational efficiencies, financial performance, customer experience and business solutions portfolio.
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TELUS International announces plan to acquire Competence Call Center to enhance scale, European presence and digitally-integrated solutions portfolio
Today, TELUS Corporation (T-TSX; NYSE-TU), through TELUS International, a customer experience innovator that designs, builds and delivers next-generation digital solutions for global brands, announced that it has agreed to acquire privately-owned Competence Call Center (CCC), a leading provider of higher-value-added business services with a focus on customer relationship management and content moderation, for approximately €915 million (approximately C$1.3 billion) consisting of debt and equity, subject to customary closing adjustments. “We are pleased to welcome Competence Call Center employees and customers into our TELUS family,” said Darren Entwistle, President and CEO of TELUS.
TELUS Health today announced plans for the national expansion of its LivingWell Companion personal emergency response service (PERS) to support more aging Canadians across the country. Through the acquisition of DirectAlert, a Quebec-based, bilingual PERS company with more than 15 years of experience providing emergency response across Canada, TELUS is now the largest Canadian-owned PERS provider, proudly giving freedom to Canadians who want to live independently at home for longer; while offering peace of mind to their family and loved ones with the assurance of safety and security.
Growth investors should consider the likes of Telus and Bank of Nova Scotia stocks over penny stocks to earn a decent passive income.
Although the carriers are reportedly working to improve their service, the increase in customer grievance indicates a significant gap between actual and perceived performance.
Complaints against Canadian telecoms operators spiked by more than a third in the year ending July 2019 to a record, with billing issues emerging as the most frequently raised issue, a federal complaints bureau said on Thursday. Bell Canada, a unit of BCE Inc, was responsible for 30.5% of all complaints, Rogers Telecommunications accounted for 9.5%, and Telus Corp for 8.3%, according to the annual report of the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS).
There are few better ways to use your idle cash than to invest in high-yield stocks like Telus and CIBC to earn a decent amount of passive income.