But with Shaw Blue Curve Modems, they are able to turn on a public Wi-Fi hotspot that does not disrupt a customer`s personal plan, it would not be part of Condo Corporation that does and would not be contrary to the contract. not sure if it`s in the plans on the road or if they will only use it as a private Wi-Fi network for freedom mobile users. As we continue to grow the TELUS PureFibre 5G network™, new communities are connected every day. Canadian telecom operator Telus has announced the first phase of the launch of its 5G network and has committed to investing an additional $40 billion over the next three years to support the next-generation network, which it says will foster innovation and drive digital development in Canadian industries. The 5G network aims to bridge digital divides and spur innovation in business, government, health, education and social activities, Telus said, as it generates 250,000 jobs and contributes $40 billion annually to the Canadian economy. It will first be available in Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton and the Greater Toronto Area. Telus Corp. is spending billions to improve its fibre optic network across the province, but he hopes condominium owners will want high-speed service enough to give Telus free exclusive access to their buildings. TELUS PureFibre™ is Canada`s fastest and most reliable Internet technology coming to your neighbourhood. Once your property is connected, you can order TELUS PureFibre services™ and experience 100% fiber optic Internet, always consistent and never shared.

2. Ownership. The Owner represents and warrants that the Owner(s) and Ownership or, in the case of a layer or co-ownership, has the right, power and authority to enter into this Agreement with TELUS, including the adoption of the necessary resolution(s) that authorizes the Owner to enter into this agreement with TELUS. With a 100% fibre optic connection on the TELUS PureFibre network, we are the fastest large ISP in Canada, based on the national average. Now, the same network is the backbone of our 5G mobile phone network. The TELUS PureFibre 5G network of the future will increase wireless capacity and speed while laying the foundation for advancements in emerging technology, healthcare, agriculture and more. It`s free to connect your home or business to the TELUS PureFibre network. The new network will build on Canada`s existing 4G LTE infrastructure.

It will support peak speeds that reach a current commercial high of 1.7 Gbps, enough to allow for next-generation applications that will run on 5G-enabled devices, including the Samsung Galaxy 5G S20 series, LG V60 ThinQ 5G Dual Screen, and Motorola Edge+. Associa recently met with Telus about the possibility of telecommunications marketing its services for buildings managed by Associa, but Lord said the access agreement that Telus requires from building councils is a whole other matter. . . .