Telus Corp. has plans to eliminate contract cancellation fees and instead charge customers for the remaining cost of the company's subsidy of the wireless device, the Financial Post reported Tuesday. “The way to continue to be differentiated is focusing on the client experience and to make things as clear and transparent as possible,” David Fuller, Telus’ chief marketing officer, told the newspaper. Customers that cancel their contracts will pay a $20 fee plus whatever remaining costs are associated with the company’s subsidization of the wireless device. The Financial Post also reported that in early 2011 Telus intends to offer unlocked phones that will be interoperable with other carriers’ networks. Telus is making the move as new wireless entrants are offering contract-free phones in urban markets. Some provinces are also introducing legislative initiatives to address what consumers and legislators call unfair mobile wireless contracting practices.