PCMag has named Telus as the fastest nationwide internet provider in Canada.
This is the third time the Vancouver-based telecom company received the honour. PCMag notes the win is based on the company’s PureFibre program, which offers fibre-to-the-home.
Telus has a PCMag Speed Index score (PSI) of 281.1. This score is generated through download and upload speeds.
But Telus drops to third place when examining all internet-service providers in Canada. The company is replaced with telMAX, a six-year-old business providing coverage to small regions of Ontario, including Durham and York. The company has a PSI score of 603.3 and runs on “almost entirely new infrastructure for its fiber network,” PCMag notes.
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