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Big three say conditions for strong wireless continue: Desjardins

Briefs | 03/29/2017 4:16 pm EDT

BCE Inc.Telus Corp., and Rogers Communications Inc. believe the conditions supporting the wireless growth they have seen in recent quarters will stay in place in 2017, according to a research note from Desjardins Capital Markets analyst Maher Yaghi.

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