TELUS launches new program in Creston

TELUS has recently launched a new program called TELUS Rewards for PureFibre customers in Creston

  • Sep. 10, 2017 8:30 a.m.

By TELUS

TELUS has recently launched a new program called TELUS Rewards for PureFibre customers in Creston, BC.

Through TELUS Rewards, customers accumulate points that can be redeemed at a later date for bill credits, free movie rentals, contest entries, donated to charity and more.

The TELUS Rewards program is free to join and is currently available in about 45 communities across B.C. and Alberta.

“We’re excited that Creston is among the first communities to have access to TELUS Rewards. We plan to bring the program to more communities in the future, and look forward to hearing feedback from our local customers to help us continually evolve and improve the program” said Saara Rahikka TELUS Communications Specialist

TELUS PureFibre customers can activate their account and find out more by visiting telus.com/myaccount, logging in and clicking on the TELUS Rewards banner.

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