Shaw Launches 150 Mbps Internet Tier

July 15, 2016
Shaw Communications (TSX:SJR.B) has launched WideOpen Internet 150, a new Internet plan with downstream speeds of 150 Mbps, to ...

Shaw Communications (TSX:SJR.B) has launched WideOpen Internet 150, a new Internet plan with downstream speeds of 150 Mbps, to virtually all of its customers in western Canada.

WideOpen Internet 150 is available for an introductory offer starting at $49.90 per month for the first 12 months on a two-year price guarantee. The service includes in-home WiFi and access to more than 80,000 Shaw Go WiFi hotspots.

"Virtually all neighbourhoods across Western Canada have access to Shaw WideOpen Internet 150," said Chris Kucharski, President, Consumer, Shaw Communications. "Our competitors can't offer these speeds to even half as many homes as Shaw."

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