We’ve been working for months and are excited to announce the new TELUS Neighbourhood Gamification Badges. This is our way of recognizing your time, effort, and ideas, that make the Neighbourhood function so smoothly.
We created them so you could find out who your Social Media team is. Now’s your chance to meet us face-to-face. We’re going to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday on Friday, June 30th, 2017 with a Find the TELUS Social Media Team game.
It's been over a month since the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ hit the market and the overwhelming consensus is that it's a winner. Of course, it's one thing to distill (impersonal) sentiment from a large user base but quite another to hear about it from someone we trust.
From June 5th until the end of the contest, comment "I’m in" on this blog post.
On June 10, 2017 9AM PT, we will provide the clues needed to find the identified Neighbourhood pages.
We will comment the following picture on the selected posts.
Once you've found it, make sure to like the picture comment.
Found all 10 posts? Come back to this thread and comment "I’m done".
The Scavenger hunt needs to be completed before June 11, 2017 9AM PT.
What Can I Win?
Prizes! So many prizes!
We're giving away 5 really awesome prizes to celebrate the Neighbourhood's 4th birthday. When I saw the list, the first thing that blurted out of my mouth was, 'Can I enter?!'. My team has since informed me I am not eligible. *sad face*
So what are these magical unicorn prizes of awesomeness? Below is the complete list.
One (1) Apple iPhone 7 128GB
One (1) Samsung S8+ 64GB
One (1) Beats Solo3 Wireless
One (1) LG Tone Ultra BT Earphones
One (1) Happy Plugs
Here are the 10 hints. Game on!
Remember to go back to the home page before making any new search.
Where can I find the details on how to unlock an iPhone and how much is it? Hint : Try sorting results by View.
Where can you find details for a vacation suspension on home service?
Where could you find out how to replace your Optik TV remote?
Where can I find tips on travel?
You want to know if your unlocked phone will work on the TELUS network? Where can you find that information?
A TELUS employee wrote an article on how software updates works? Can you find it?
I’m interested in Pik TV. Where can I find the introduction post?
A TELUS employee shared some tricks on keeping your data safe. Can you find the article?
We did a Meet the mods series where we presented the humans of our team. Can you find the Social Media and Community manager also known as @A_Kron?
Our 3rd year anniversary was underlined through a blog post. Can you find it?
No purchase necessary. Contest runs from June 10th, 9AM PT until June 11th, 9AM PT.
I can’t believe it’s over. I waited with bated breath for this year’s conference to begin and no sooner did it kick off, am I now sitting here by my lonesome contemplating life after I/O. Maybe I’m being a bit dramatic but boy, I’m going to miss it.
If there are any comparable moments in my life that elicited the same feeling of anticipation in the weeks leading up to my Google I/O trip, it would have to be Christmas eve as a kid and the birth of my child. Is today real? Somebody pinch me.
As a senior product manager with the Device Acquisition team at TELUS, one of my main roles is to help bring technological enhancements to our network and, in-turn, our customers. I have worked on bringing to market some really sweet features like VoLTE and Wi-Fi calling. It can be argued that I have one of the coolest jobs at TELUS!
Here at TELUS, we’re always trying to innovate our products, but it’s not everyday that we launch a brand new service. So as one of the proud Product Managers for TELUS Pik TV, I thought I’d pull back the covers and give you a peek behind the scenes...
Have you ever wondered how a phone performs in the real world, before you buy it?
Us too! That’s why we had one of our Neighbourhood tech savvy users, Esteban Contreras, test the Samsung Galaxy S8 for everything from apps to the camera, in order to answer all of your questions live on the Neighbourhood.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 27th 8pm ET, and continue reading to learn how to submit your questions.
Back in September 2016, I found out TELUS was installing Fibre optic service in my neighbourhood. Knowing the kind of speeds that are possible on a fibre optic network, I knew I had to sign up. But it was important for me to first consider my environmental challenges against my requirements.
The digital era is in full swing and it has made our lives much more convenient. However, the abundance of personal information online also motivates cybercriminals to try and gain access to it as well. I want to talk to you about an initiative we’re working on but first, let’s talk about online security.
That feeling you get when you know a new phone is on the way can be as exciting as Christmas morning. There’s nothing quite like ripping open that crisp new packaging and being the first person ever to use it. There’s even that “new phone” smell.
We know that the wait can be excruciating and it’s no secret the process to get there isn’t always as quick and easy as making a trip to the nearest TELUS dealer and walking out with your new phone activated and ready to go. To assist you with this process, I’ve compiled a few articles I think will help you from ordering to accessorizing, and everything in between.
There are good surprises, then there are the ones that manifest itself as an unwelcome data charge on your monthly bill. Streaming media and sharing files all contribute to our ever-increasing consumption of mobile data so you’re probably left wondering how you’ll ever keep it under control.
Think for a second about how many different online accounts you use every day. We have email accounts, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, bank accounts and online shopping accounts, just to name a few. Collectively, almost our entire lives are contained in these accounts, and there is typically only one thing protecting all of these accounts from the prying eyes of hackers: a password. We've all forgotten passwords (yes, even me!) and have struggled to come up with a password that meets some strange set of requirements.