The numbers are in, and Rogers is hitting all-time low growth at a mere 0.7%, while Bell is up 1.1% and Telus clearly in the lead with 2.5% more customers. Rogers is still the king of the hill in terms of total customers, but slowing growth could point to a change on that front. Telus’ performance is attributed to low churn rates, which have been consistently better than Bell’s for more than two years. Bell, sandwiched between Rogers and and Telus’ growth, could have tipped the tide even more in Telus’ favor had that acquisition deal gone through. Even without the help Telus is doing well, and could be giving Rogers a run for its money if this pace is kept up.