Telus Corp. announced Tuesday it expects its performance to get a boost next year from its wireless and data operations. “Telus expects to continue to benefit from our HSPA+ network investments resulting in increased data and roaming revenues helping to offset continued declines in voice ,” the company said in a release on its financial targets for 2011. The company said wireless subscriber growth is expected to accelerate due to a combination of increased competition and smart phone and tablet adoption. The company said it expects wireless revenue to increase 3.5 to 6.5 per cent in 2011 to $5.2 to $5.35 billion, and wireline revenue to vary within a four per cent range to reach between $4.73 and $4.88 billion. The company said the wireline business will be helped by data growth for business services, as well as residential entertainment services, but that will be offset by decreases in traditional local and long distance revenues. Telus also said it expects to continue expanding its broadband infrastructure and upgrading its Optik TV and Internet services in Alberta and British Columbia. The telco will also continue deploying HSPA+ dual cell technology to increase download speeds to 42 Mbps.