The Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Devices Are Now Available For Pre-Order At TELUS

TELUS is excited to confirm that the new Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra devices are now available for pre-order at TELUS. The latest Samsung devices will be available for purchase in-store and online at on February 25, 2022.

Customers can get these iconic Samsung devices for as little as $0 upfront, interest free, and pay for the device over 24 equal payments with TELUS Easy Payment®. For a limited time only, TELUS customers who pre-order their new device today, on a minimum two-year term, will get twice the storage at no extra costs – a savings of up to $140. Plus, they can save big and receive these devices at our absolute best cost when they sign up for our Bring-It-Back program®.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is equipped with Samsung’s latest groundbreaking innovations, including:

  • Nightography video  – Capture the night with crystal-clear, bright videos.
  • S Pen Editing and Precision – The iconic S Pen is now embedded within the Galaxy S22 Ultra. 
  • Two Day Battery – Power every scroll, click, tap and stream all day long and then some with an intelligent long lasting battery.
  • A sleek meets strong design – Classy, eye-catching glass-metal-glass design, with the latest Gorilla Glass and the strongest aluminum frame yet on a Galaxy device.

With TELUS, customers have access to all the latest 5G-enabled devices – including the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series – while also joining the 5G network that gives back to Canadians in-need through programs, like Mobility for Good®, which helps youth aging out of foster care and low-income seniors stay connected to what matters most.

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