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Clearwire Raises Additional $2.78 Billion in Capital

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No stopping it!

justfinethanku

Nov 25, 2009, 11:44 AM
Wow... entire carriers have been purchased for similar prices, and these guys are putting the money into it's network alone...


Good luck with your commercials in the next few years verizon. Razz
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Disrespect

Nov 25, 2009, 11:58 AM
Laughing


Can't stop won't stop.
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techjunky

Nov 25, 2009, 1:25 PM
take that take that take that..(p diddy voice)
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art23ncsu

Nov 27, 2009, 9:00 AM
justfinethanku said:
Wow... entire carriers have been purchased for similar prices, and these guys are putting the money into it's network alone...


Good luck with your commercials in the next few years verizon. Razz


Yawn. Verizon already spends 5.5 Billion annually on their network infrastructure. Rolling Eyes
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Disrespect

Nov 27, 2009, 9:22 AM
And how much 4G do they have to show for again?

POINT EXACTLY!!!
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AndroidRules

Nov 28, 2009, 3:38 AM
art23ncsu said:


Yawn. Verizon already spends 5.5 Billion annually on their network infrastructure. Rolling Eyes


Sprint will be filing from bankruptcy when all is said and done.
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SprintCC

Nov 28, 2009, 11:20 AM
Highly unlikely. If you've paid attention to the telecom industry at all you know that Sprint has faced situations much worse than they do know. The long distance battles of the 1980s with Sprint, MCI, and AT&T were much worse than the cell competition now- and Sprint was clearly inferior to the other two. Yet Sprint is still here- and making far more money than they were back then.

Will Sprint ever rival Verizon, or even AT&T for number of customers? Not likely. But then, I don't know that should even be Sprint's goal. There is room for more than two companies out there. Heck, there's probably room for 5 or 6 is people would just stay within their means. Not everyone can be the biggest- but then not everyone wants to deal with Verizon o...
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