T*lus satellite ?

 

Bronze Member
Username: Gdog4637

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I does anyone know what satellite u would point it at and is there a hack for it.
 

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Username: Plymouth

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jim

Which degree?
 

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Username: Gdog4637

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Registered: Jun-06
Don't know what degree for telus satellite that was my question ?
 

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Username: Bernardmi

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Registered: Dec-07
T*lus has no satellite
 

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Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 112
Registered: Apr-09
jim ----- Don't know what degree for telus satellite that was my question ?
@ 91.oW


As of today, TELUS Satellite TV is available across British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta.
TELUS Satellite TV is an all digital service which includes features such as onscreen Call Display and more than 500 digital channels including over 80 in HD. Much like they can with TELUS' existing all digital TV service, TELUS Satellite TV clients can customize their TV experience with theme packs for added flexibility (e.g. news, sports, family), international channels, premium sports packages, and premium movie packages that include the latest blockbuster films.

Jim you will find all the info. here.
Regards....the one and only Seymore Butts
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http://www.telus.com//portalWeb/appmanager/cpPortal/consumerPortal?_nfpb=true&_p ageLabel=tv_index

https://www.telus.com/ordertv/
 

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Username: Plymouth

Canada

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Registered: Jan-08
The Outer Limits is right, Telus has no satellite

Telus use IPTV receivers which can be hook on a Bell satellite where there is no Internet.

It seems that Telus offer Bell Satellite TV in West coast

C/P:
In May 2009, the company entered into an agreement with BCE, which provided it the right to distribute Bell Canada's satellite TV services to customers in Western Canada under the Telus brand.


With this launch, Telus has further enriched its entertainment portfolio that includes the digital TV ('Telus TV') service offered over the broadband Internet. Telus's satellite TV service effectively complements the Telus TV offering, which currently has more than 100,000 subscribers covering around 10% of households across Alberta and British Columbia.

However, Telus remains signific
 

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Username: Plymouth_glasser

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Registered: Apr-09
Wrong again Big mouth

New entertainment option for Western Canada - TELUS launches ...Jun 29, 2009 ... VANCOUVER, June 29 /CNW/ - As of today, TELUS Satellite TV is available across British Columbia (BC) and Alberta. TELUS Satellite
 

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Username: Plymouth

Canada

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Seemore a/s/s

Telus has no satellite, they use Bell satellite poor idiot
 

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Username: Plymouth_glasser

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Registered: Apr-09
Plymouth
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Username: Plymouth


Canada

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Registered: Jan-08
Posted on Friday, August 14, 2009 - 09:08 am:

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The Outer Limits is right, Telus has no satellite

Don't let your Ply-mouth write a check
that your azz can't cash
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

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Registered: Jan-08
You have no arguments stupid troublemaker
 

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Username: Plymouth_glasser

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Plymouth
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Username: Plymouth


Canada

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Registered: Jan-08
Posted on Friday, August 14, 2009 - 09:27 am:

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Seemore a/s/s

Telus has no satellite, they use Bell satellite poor idiot ....

I never said they did azzhole
I said TELUS Satellite TV launches on Monday June 29.
You do have trouble with the English Language don't you?


I bet the keys on your computer are worned out.
looking for answers, you are a phony as a three dollar bill.
hell you didn't even know what Telus TV was until
I answer Big Jim above. You are all mouth
and no brains. Your posts says it all.

Don't run and hide when you can't find the answer,

tell us which Bell TV Satellite are they
using to launch Satellite TV?
Nimiq 4 at 82.0°W
Nimiq 1 at 91.0°W
Nimiq 2 at 91.0°W

Also show the TPs you dumb azzhole
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10584
Registered: Jan-08
Why reply with it:


Seymore Butts
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Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 116
Registered: Apr-09

Posted on Friday, August 14, 2009 - 09:24 am: Edit Post
Wrong again Big mouth

New entertainment option for Western Canada - TELUS launches ...Jun 29, 2009 ... VANCOUVER, June 29 /CNW/ - As of today, TELUS Satellite TV is available across British Columbia (BC) and Alberta. TELUS Satellite

I'm Seemore a/s/ses and I like bashed Plymouth
 

Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 119
Registered: Apr-09
Plymouth....You have no arguments stupid troublemaker


You make me laugh
Joke of today, has anybody here ever told you
that you and only friend Nalin are the real
dumbass troublemakers.
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10585
Registered: Jan-08
Poor idiot get a job and stop to live on society depends.
 

Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 120
Registered: Apr-09
Don't play games just answer my question

Don't run and hide when you can't find the answer,

tell us which Bell TV Satellite are they
using to launch Satellite TV?
Nimiq 4 at 82.0°W
Nimiq 1 at 91.0°W
Nimiq 2 at 91.0°W

Also show the TPs you dumb azzhole
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10586
Registered: Jan-08
Poor idiot they will use same satellites as for Bell
 

Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

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Registered: Apr-09
Plymouth
Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth


Canada

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Registered: Jan-08
Posted on Friday, August 14, 2009 - 10:34 am:

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Why reply with it:


Seymore Butts
Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 116
Registered: Apr-09

Posted on Friday, August 14, 2009 - 09:24 am: Edit Post
Wrong again Big mouth

New entertainment option for Western Canada - TELUS launches ...Jun 29, 2009 ... VANCOUVER, June 29 /CNW/ - As of today, TELUS Satellite TV is available across British Columbia (BC) and Alberta. TELUS Satellite

I'm Seemore a/s/ses and I like bashed Plymouth

Again bird brain the Name is Seymore Butts

NO, I don't like to bash Plymouth or Nalin,
I only registered here because I got tired of reading this Bullshit that you and Nalin are feeding to these newbies.



Again dumbass where does it say about them
launching a new satellite, why don't you
stop these bullshit? just answer my question.
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10589
Registered: Jan-08
Poor idiot they will use same satellites as for Bell

Read my post stupid troublemaker

Here is the answer which i posted above, do some research on web!


C/P:
In May 2009, the company entered into an agreement with BCE, which provided it the right to distribute Bell Canada's satellite TV services to customers in Western Canada under the Telus brand.


With this launch, Telus has further enriched its entertainment portfolio that includes the digital TV ('Telus TV') service offered over the broadband Internet. Telus's satellite TV service effectively complements the Telus TV offering, which currently has more than 100,000 subscribers covering around 10% of households across Alberta and British Columbia.

However, Telus remains signific
 

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Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 122
Registered: Apr-09
Plymouth.....Poor idiot they will use same satellites as for Bell

Which satellite of Bell's are they using and what are their TPs
exactly what is you problem Sir that you can't
answer my question?



Don't play games with me I am not a stupidass newbie to fock with

Don't run and hide when you can't find the answer,

tell us which Bell TV Satellite are they
using to launch Satellite TV?
Nimiq 4 at 82.0°W
Nimiq 1 at 91.0°W
Nimiq 2 at 91.0°W

Also show the TPs you dumb azzhole
 

Silver Member
Username: Bernardmi

Post Number: 630
Registered: Dec-07
Beside all the bashing, this is interesting info.

There are rumours again of Bell wanting to merge with Telus. This would be bad news for Canadian consumers.
 

Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 123
Registered: Apr-09
Hey The Outer Limits Iam not bashing Plymouth
Jim ask a question that Plymouth couldn't answer
I told Jim where to find his answer. you know the rest
I am just tried hearing his mouth like everything he posts is right and
when others try to correct him he is an idiot. I know him when
he registered here three years ago different name same Bullshit.
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10590
Registered: Jan-08
Stupid seemore a/sses

They use same satellites and same tp's
 

Silver Member
Username: Plymouth_glasser

Post Number: 124
Registered: Apr-09

More Bullshit; If they use same satellites and same tp's
as you say without any proof
then tell us why they are only available
across British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta.
Say the correct answer and I will send you a box of cookies.
 

Gold Member
Username: Riconissan

Post Number: 1856
Registered: Feb-09
Seymore Butts

Plymouth is correct.
You are wrong.
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