In 1997, Groupe Québec Tel was established to own Québec Téléphone.Following the merger of BCTel with TELUS of Alberta, GTE sold its interests in Québec Téléphone to TELUS in August 2000, which renamed it TELUS Québec on April 2, 2001.In February 2013, TELUS exchanged all non-voting shares into common shares on a one-for-one basis.
TELUS International has contact centers in the Philippines, the United Kingdom, Central America (Guatemala and El Salvador), and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria and Romania), where it is known as TELUS International Europe In April 2011, TELUS Mobility relaunched the Clearnet brand as a limited market trial in Kelowna, British Columbia, and Red Deer, Alberta.
The company again closed to new business in June 2012.
The site owner agreed to comply and TELUS unblocked the website.
TELUS International is TELUS’s global arm, providing global contact center and business process outsourcing services to corporations in the financial services, consumer electronics and gaming, telecommunications, energy and utilities industries.
TELUS was a sponsor and marketing partner of Hockey Canada since 2004 and the title sponsor of Canada's national midget hockey championship, the TELUS Cup, since 2005.