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Freedom says ads intended to ‘stir the market,’ induce churn

News | 04/09/2019 6:51 pm EDT
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An ad launched over the weekend depicting a fictitious version of the big three incumbent wireless providers gloating about high prices charged to consumers is another effort by Shaw Communications Inc.’s Freedom to rile up the industry, its president said on Tuesday.

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