Telus targeted over fees
Natalie Martin has gone up against telcom giant Telus before, and she's going after them again.
Martin found herself unpleasantly surprised by new fees she found in her monthly phone bill.
She got so irate, she's decided to launch a class-action lawsuit.
According to her lawyer Cory Verbauwhede, the hikes spanned a number of services.
"There were various charges for text messages inside of Canada and outside of Canada, the charges for 411 went up, they started charging $2 to receive paper invoices," he says.
"There's quite a range of increases, actually."
A request to authorize the suit will be heard on May 7 and 8.
Martin's first suit against Telus, launched in 2008, is only going before the courts this June.
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