Rogers stands at crossroads as competitors erode market share

Toronto-based Rogers Communications, a wireless, cable and Internet behemoth, has beaten its Canadian rivals to the punch before, but rivals old and new--including Bell Canada and Telus--are catching up.

Despite competitive thrusts like Telus and Bell Canada's joint HSPA deployment and Quebec's Videotron soon to launch quad-play service in the region, Rogers' stock remains solid, the Financial Post reports. The company recently merged its wireless and cable divisions and boasts that its "rocket hub" will keep it competitive in the data realm.

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