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Telus considering challenge of court ruling on cancellation fees

News | 08/23/2019 5:57 pm EDT
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Telus Corp. is contemplating asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review a June decision by Quebec’s highest court that ordered the telecom to pay back customers who years ago forked over what the court called excessive early cancellation fees. 

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