Shaw Communications (SJR) has segments that include Wireline customers for businesses and consumers and Wireless customers for prepaid and postpaid plans. The  company has recognized around 1.3  billion (CAD) for recent quarters, of which around 300 million (CAD) is earned from the Wireless segment.

An interesting pattern emerges from the customer segments. Shaw is losing Wireline customers but gaining Wireless customers, and most of the decline in the Wireline segments are from consumers rather than business customers. What does it mean for expectations of future revenue if a company is losing customers in the segments that make up around three quarters of their revenue and gaining customers in the segments that make up around a quarter of their revenue? To attempt to answer this question, I ended up:

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