@SC TELUS Passpoint is a network setup for foreign travelers from our international roaming partners. These roaming partners installed apps on their customers' devices to find and connect to these hotspots. Domestic users would continue to use #TELUS for WiFi service.
Thanks for the information.
Isn't that nice. People from other countries get to use the "secure" hotspots and we don't.
Why do they not let us have internet access to this worldwide network of hotspots too?
Thanks. That explains what TELUS asspoint is. But I do not understand why casual roamers can have access to TELUS' secured WIFI hot spot and yet IT'S loyal customers are denied access to this secured hot spot and forced to use an unsecured hot spot. Telus used to have a secured hot spot for its customers called #Telusdirect; but due to some implementation issues, it was withdrawn. Why not let Telus customers use TELUS passpoint? Was ii because of implementation issues also?
Shaw's Passpoint is available to their customers, but is only compatible with iOS devices running version 8.0 or newer. At some point, they said other device support would be "coming soon".
"Coming soon" is getting to be as scary phrase as "for your convenience".
If Telus does indeed have hotspots that are part of an international network of hotspot 2.0, why aren't the domestic customers allowed on both the Telus and international ones? Strange indeed.