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Feb
21
2016

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It required four years but Shaw Communications now understood it needed to be capable to offer cellular support to stay in touch with Telus.

Calgary-based Shaw, mentioned late Wednesday it has placed in an offer to acquire the parent organization of startup Wind Mobile for $1.6 billion in the event the government agrees.

The deal comes just a short time after Wind's sixth birthday. One advantage of the offer is that it will make it simpler - and perhaps speedier - for Wind to spend to update its network to LTE rates of speed so that it can match up with Bell, Rogers and Telus.

Shaw, a Western cable tv corporation, had strategies in 2008 to be a cellular provider, paying $189 million in a spectrum public auction that year AWS frequencies largely in British Columbia and also Alberta. But 3 years after, studying the hundreds of thousands Wind and Quebecor/Videotron were investing to develop systems from scratch made a decision to get Wi-Fi hotspots in major Western cities alternatively as an attraction for their cable customers.

The process apparently did not stop Telus from making inroads in to Shaw's region. So purchasing Wind - assuming acceptance from the Trudeau authorities - obtains Shaw an instantaneous community with around 940,000 customers.

"The worldwide telecom surroundings is swiftly developing to 'mobile-first' merchandise choices as consumers desire ubiquitous connection from the providers," CEO Brad Shaw said in a press release. "The buying of Wind provides Shaw with one unique base in the mobile market which will permit us to offer a converged network answer to our own customers which leverages our complete portfolio of best-in-class telecommunication providers, which includes fibre, cable, WiFi, and also wireless. This deal represents a transformational step in the story of Shaw and we're enthusiastic about our future development prospects in mobile phones. The growth is going to be sped up by combining Shaw's current customer relationships, trustworthy brand and wireline and WiFi infrastructure with Wind's impressive resource foundation, which include its present spectrum position as well as mobile system."
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With assistance from Shaw, Wind might be able to have more business clients. shaw promo Wind CEO Alek Krstajic will stay with the organization. The agreement is anticipated to seal in the 3rd quarter of next year.

In a word to investors Canaccord Genuity remarks the agreement could help Shaw's bottom line since wi-fi is a growth field - 63 per cent of Shaw's sales base (legacy cable/satellite television, home phone, and press) are in decline. "Moreover," the article adds, "we believe that wireless opens up complete opportunities for combining and cross-selling" - even though the article adds that bundled product sales are not large at additional carriers.

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