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Shaw doubles internet speeds on highest tiers

Briefs | 11/29/2018 3:38 pm EST

Existing customers on Shaw Communications Inc.’s top internet packages, and new customers on those tiers, will see a permanent doubling of their speeds at no additional cost, the company said Thursday.

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