Vancouver-based Telus remains Canada’s fastest mobile network since 2020.
The US-based Ookla, which operates Speedtest.net, crowned Telus for the 10th consecutive quarter following a comparison of user-initiated tests from all major mobile carriers in Canada.
“More than ever, Canadians value a fast, reliable connection,” said Darren Entwistle, CEO of Telus. “The consistent recognition from independent, third-party organizations, such as US-based Ookla, reinforces the superiority of Telus’ global-leading mobile network.”
Telus earned a Speed Score is 91.3 based on median speeds of 86.8 Mbps download and 8.9 Mbps upload.
“This is the 10th consecutive time TELUS’ mobile network has earned top recognition from Ookla, and a celebration of the work our team does to keep Canadians connected to the people and information that matter most,” said Entwistle. “We are extremely proud of the many ways in which our mobile network, with its global-best speeds, is facilitating critical, transformational change in respect of health, education, teleworking, the environment and the economy.”
In May Telus announced a $17 billion investment in BC to build and upgrade network infrastructure, operations, and spectrum across the province of British Columbia.
“This generational investment in British Columbia is a true demonstration of Telus’ long-standing commitment to improving the lives of Canadians by connecting communities from coast-to-coast,” said Entwistle.
Telus expects to generate more than 5,000 jobs in BC through 2026 across its partner ecosystem.