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Shaw Mobile’s early gains to come at expense of Rogers, Bell: analyst

Briefs | 07/30/2020 2:45 pm EDT
Shaw president Paul McAleese at the launch of Shaw Mobile in Calgary in July 2020./ Photo via Shaw.

Shaw Communications Inc.’s new wireless brand is likely to initially attract customers from BCE Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. due to the overlap between their wireless subscribers and Shaw’s wireline base, Canaccord Genuity analyst Aravinda Galappatthige said in a Thursday briefing note.

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