Telus Mobile Head Sees Roger-Shaw Merger Lessening Competition – Bloomberg

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An employee assists a customer at a Telus Corp. store in Toronto. 

Jim Senko, head of Telus Corp’s mobile phone unit, said the sale of Shaw Communications Inc. to Rogers Communications Inc. could curb competition in key markets, including Western Canada.
Speaking in an interview Friday after Canada’s No. 3 telecom company reported its largest ever second-quarter increase in customers, Senko said the proposed sale of Shaw’s mobile assets to Quebecor Inc., a smaller regional player based out of Montreal, will probably mean a weaker competitive landscape.