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Analysts expect Freedom subscriber boost in Q1

Briefs | 01/08/2018 5:54 pm EST
Freedom Mobile launches 10 GB for $50 ‘intro offer’
Portion of brochure provided by Shaw outlining Freedom Mobile's "big gig" plans.

After a rollicking December, analysts say Shaw Communications Inc.’s Freedom Mobile has potential to continue its 2017 momentum, though the full impact of its aggressive wireless offers may not be apparent in this week’s quarterly results.

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