Sprint, Nextel Complete Merger
Aug 12, 2005, 3:42 PM by (staff)
Sprint and Nextel have just announced that their merger is complete. As reported previously, the companies will begin working together, and trading together on Monday. Attempts by Sprint affiliates to delay or stop the merger failed, as no injunctions were issued. No immediate changes or benefits will be apparent to subscribers. Sprint Nextel has said they will begin advertising the merger to subscribers soon, and that the two networks remain separate for the time being. Separately Sprint noted that US Unwired has officially accepted Sprint's purchase offer and that the transaction will occur soon.
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Is it really going to make a difference?
Is anyone overly excited about this deal?
Will the merger improve Sprints' customer service?
Many questions, but I guess we have to wait and see.
they have a provent results of performing the best with many industry-leading metrics.
Time to dominate the industry
Question though, when they do merge, which crappy service will they use?
No Risk - No Reward
That presents sprint with an opportunity. Do they play it safe as verizon and cingular certainly will or do they take a chance.
Sprint is in a unique position because one of the terms of the merger was that sprint-nextel must do something with the MMDS spectrum within 4 years. The only logical solution for a next generation network is flarion's flash OFDM.
Why? It is the only mobile broadband tech that works and has the backing of a major vendor (qualcomm). The other options will not be ready in time. Plus, flarion can do VoIP, mobility, and...
Hmm… very interesting choices.
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So much for court action...