I am under corporate plan and I have placed two new orders with Telus back on November (Black Friday sales). One order completed on December and the other not completed due to back order status.
Order # and order request has been emailed to me and I have called the centre to confirm serval times that my outstanding order is pending due to the phone is on back order. After two months later, Telus told me that I am not eligible for the plan I chose. I have not been informed because the “system” did not pick it up until the phone arrived.
Telus has been deceiving me for the past two months that my order went through and now they are saying no exception can be made. I have been misled for the past two months and now they are forcing me to join a plan which I did not choose from my original order.
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Corporate offerings and Retail offerings are different. If you are on a corporate plan, then you cannot avail of the retail offerings and vice versa. If you see benefit in one over the other, and meet the qualifications for a corporate plan, then you can choose either, but once chosen, you need stay on one path or the other. There are trade offs for either, but you can't pick & choose the best of both.
That your final confirmation was not completed until the phone arrived is no real surprise, as often the order is not really confirmed until the hardware is available.
What kind of service is this ??!!!!!!!
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What a good services was provided by Telus? Actually it can cause a court case, because base on the story it seems Telus was breach the contract.... “Action for damages for non-delivery (1) Where the seller wrongfully neglects or refuses to deliver the goods to the buyer, the buyer may maintain an action against the seller for damages for non-delivery.” (Sale and goods act)