Dobson Considers Sale, Too
Jun 25, 2007, 1:36 PM by (staff)
Dobson Communications, the largest remaining carrier using the Cellular One name, is considering selling its network. The firm has reportedly hired Morgan Stanley to explore the possibility, however this does not guarantee the company is up for sale. Alltel, another large regional carrier which purchased fellow Cellular One licensee Western Wireless, was recently sold to a team of private equity partners. Dobson could follow suit or angle for a sale to Tier 1 GSM carriers AT&T or T-Mobile.
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My Views ..
How much does AT&T pay Dobson NOW per minute in roaming charges? If over the next 5 to 10 years Dobson would make...
Guess who just bought Dobson?
So bring on the CDMA haters.
AT&T, T-Mobile, or private equity group?
As for T-Mobile, I am not sure whether Deutsche Telekom is really interested in making anymore U.S. buyouts. Yes, they did buy out VoiceStream and absorbed them under the T-Mobile brand. However, it was once rumore...
I think AT&T Wireless was not bought for th...
AT&T wireless started offering cell coverage here in the early 90's, and I signed up...
Not the last...
T-mobile Shoud buy Dobson
If you talk to insiders, this is one of the biggest reasons why Cingular bought AT&T Wireless and why Sprint bought Nextel (for the 2500mhz licenses that will become used for wimax)
So anyways, does Dobson have many of those valuable 3G/4G spectrum licences?
If they don't, I don't think at&t or T-Mobile USA will be interested.