Avoid roaming charges with your TELUS Business phone

Follow these tips to prevent unwanted charges while traveling or when close to the US border.

When you or your employees arrive at your destination you should receive a welcome notification explaining the applicable roaming rates to use a TELUS Business device. This does not mean you are actually being charged for roaming.

We always suggest you verify your coverage
before traveling
with a TELUS device. For more information on how to find your current travel coverage, visit our
support article

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