UPDATE 1-Canada's Shaw Communications posts loss on restructuring charges

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April 12 (Reuters) - Canadian telecom company Shaw Communications Inc reported a quarterly loss on Thursday after it recorded restructuring charges of C$417 million ($331.3 million).

The Calgary-based company reported a net loss of C$164 million, or a loss of 33 Canadian cents per share, in its fiscal second quarter ended Feb. 28, compared with a profit of C$147 million, or 30 Canadian cents per share, a year earlier.

Shaw, which is emphasizing on reining in costs, in January offered voluntary departure packages to its 6,500 employees.

Revenue in the company's wireline division, which accounted for more than three-fourths of total revenue, remained flat at C$1.07 billion.

Customers on Shaw's network paid C$38.43 on average, a C$2 increase over a year earlier.

Revenue rose 12.4 percent to C$1.36 billion.

($1 = 1.2578 Canadian dollars) ($1 = 1.2586 Canadian dollars) (Reporting by Ahmed Farhatha)