Canadian Freebies: Free 2015 Calendar @ Telus

22 October 2014


Request your absolutely free physical copy of a Telus 2015 calendar right now. You do not need to have any Telus services to request your free calendar.

While digital calendars are the way of the future, physical calendars are still very nice. It is easier to coordinate family schedules where everyone can just drop their varies events, vacations, and appointment in one place. Enter the physical calendar: a wad of high quality printed-paper that has been keeping families sane for years.

Requesting your free calendar is simple. Click through the above link and then answer a series of questions. You will be asked for the following:

  • Phone number
  • What Telus services you have (if any)
  • How you heard about the deal
  • Your address

I do not need a calendar myself, so I sent one to my parents instead as they use one to coordinate my father's work schedule. I am not going to tell my mother I sent them one, it will just be a nice surprise when it shows up. After submitting all the information and verifying the mailing address was correct, Telus said:

Your calendar will be on its way soon. It should arrive at your door in approximately 4 to 6 weeks.

Most freebies take that long to ship these days. I do not mind a bit as I am getting things for free. I have no idea how long this offer will last, so take advantage of this sooner rather than later. I would most certainly order by the middle of November (if this promo is still on then) to make sure you have your calendar in time for the New Year. I expect shipping might even be delayed a bit longer due to the backlog of packages and mail that is sent at Christmas time.

Hey Moosers, do you use a physical calendar anymore? If so, let me know why in the comments below.

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1 comment

  • Margarita Deviakovitch EDITOR
    Just ordered mine! I actually still use the one I received for free from Telus' promotion last year, which I use it to keep track of bills and appointments :)

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