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Bay Street generally expects Shaw Communications Inc. To proceed cautiously with its Wind Mobile strategy next year, but some analysts say investors in incumbent wireless carriers should prepare to be surprised by aggressive tactics.TD Securities analysts Vince Valentini and Bentley Cross suggest Rogers and Telus investors should extreme caution heading into summer 2017 based on their sensitivity analysis that accounts for a more assertive strategy from Shaw regarding Wind, the upstart wireless carrier it bought for $1.6 billion last year.believe that the risk of a more aggressive strategy from Shaw is far from a zero probability event, and we question whether investors in incumbent carrier stocks are properly considering the odds of worse than expected competitive intensity, they wrote in a research note last week.Canadian telecoms enjoy boost from factors they don’t control: analystsCRTC’s move to slash wholesale rates could hurt revenue, network investment: analystsSince the Wind deal was announced in December (the transaction closed in March), Shaw has been upgrading Wind networks to LTE but hasn made major waves in the market when it comes to pricing or promotions.But it could disrupt the market if it gets more competitive in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, provinces where competition from a fourth carrier is muted and incumbents can make profits, Valentini and Cross wrote.If it pushes for more market share, the TD analysts expect incumbents have to allow subscribers to defect to the company they dubbed or lower prices and/or increase handset subsidies in order to retain and attract subscribers.seems clear that incumbent wireless stocks would be worse off if Shwind becomes more aggressive, they wrote.The analysts lowered their long term price targets based on estimates through to 2018 to reflect the downside risk of fewer subscribers and lower average revenue per user, an important industry metric. But they held their current price targets and ratings given the likelihood of slower action from Shaw..