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Sprint Nextel Closes Two Affiliate Buyouts

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Jun 27, 2006, 1:19 PM   by (staff)

Sprint Nextel yesterday closed their buyout of Nextel Partners, after regulators approved the transaction last week. The carrier paid $6.5 billion for the remaining shares of the Nextel affiliate. In December, the two factions had agreed Nextel Partners was worth $9.2 billion and that Sprint would pay cash for the remaining 69% of the affiliate it did not own. UbiquiTel shareholders yesterday also accepted Sprint's offer of $1.3 billion for their affiliate. That deal is expected to close quickly.

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Jun 27, 2006, 1:56 PM


SPRINT NEXTEL IS GOING TO OWN THE WORLD>>>>> DO YOU THINK THEY COULD START BUYING COUNTRIES.....FOR EXAMPLE CHINA???? THEN THEY WOULD HAVE ALL THE CHEAP LABOR TO MAKE THEIR PHONES FOR ALMOST NOTHING.....MUHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! FIRST NEXTEL....THEN VERIZON....THEN CHINA.....THEN THE UNIVERSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Laughing Laughing Laughing Evil or Very Mad
to be telling the truth, thats not a bad idea
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Out of all contries you had to say China? which is like the biggest and richer country ever? they could by small countries, sure, but saying china spoiled the joke, it's just not funny.
huh huh they said the other 69% that must be fine buying the rest Laughing .... oh yeah why china are you reps in sprint hungry for rice. Eh?
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