Telus Communications Co. announced Monday that it is scrapping mobile service cancellation fees. The company said it is instead opting for more fair device ownership agreements. “We believe they deserve fairness and transparency in their pricing from us and that’s what we’ve done by removing system access and 911 carrier fees, simplifying our pricing plans, lowering international roaming rates, setting up free SMS notifications to alert clients about data usage which helps them avoid surprising overage charges, and offering to unlock their devices,” David Fuller, chief marketing officer at Telus, said in a release. The company said that clients wishing to upgrade to a new device will now only pay the “device balance” shown on their monthly bills—the remaining portion of credit the customer received when they purchased their last device. Telus added that when clients wish to leave a service, they will no longer be required to pay termination charges. Instead, they will pay an administrative charge of $50 and the remaining device balance, the company said.