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Wireless no longer a growth market: Shaw’s McAleese

News | 10/30/2020 5:35 pm EDT
Shaw's incoming president, Paul McAleese, speaks in Toronto on June 4, 2019./ Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

The lack of pricing “discipline” in the wireless market could have negative consequences for key economic indicators like service revenue and average billing per user (ARPU), according to Shaw Communications Inc. wireless president Paul McAleese. And it’s not Shaw’s fault, McAleese said. 

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