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$2 surcharge

JeffE
Neighbour


Side rant: 

 

We don't buy the idea that Telus wants to conserve paper for altruistic reasons.  If the differential cost between serving paper versus ebills is actually the surprisingly round number of $2, it would have made more sense to permanently *discount* $2 to ebill customers, instead of surcharging $2 to paper bill customers.

 

But us adults really know how things happen, don't we?

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nasty
Rockstar

The 'saving the environment' is such garbage

 

The reality is $2 pays for the paper, printer, envelope and bulk mail stamp.

The money man at companies see it as a $2 revenue increase anyways, when weighed against how many people sign up for ebill.

 

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nasty
Rockstar

The 'saving the environment' is such garbage

 

The reality is $2 pays for the paper, printer, envelope and bulk mail stamp.

The money man at companies see it as a $2 revenue increase anyways, when weighed against how many people sign up for ebill.