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Freedom Mobile sales hurt by merger uncertainty, dealer says

News | 11/09/2022 10:52 am EST
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Service and sales improved when Shaw Communications Inc. bought Wind Mobile in 2016 and rebranded it as Freedom Mobile, but they went into decline over uncertainty about Shaw’s takeover by Rogers Communications Inc.

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