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Verizon Interested in Vodafone's Shares in VZW

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Jan 27, 2006, 4:36 PM

Smart move on Verizon's part, but will Vodafone give in?

This is a very good move by Verizon to try to get 100 percent ownership of one of the best, most profitable, high flying wireless carriers in their hands and get rid of Vodafone, however, I don’t think Vodafone will be tempted that easily because of that same premise. On one hand, Vodafone will probably get $20+ billion for their stake in VZW, which they can help increase their properties worldwide or even go after another United States company or pay down some debt. They also won’t get any more income or say in Verizon wireless. On the other hand, if they continue to hold their stake, Vodafone will keep getting a big say and revenue in this great Verizon wireless company.

It is a tough decision.

What does everyone else think?
I think that vodafone should sell their verizon stake and become a major player with tmobile and expand their coverage and highspeed service and make them a big profitable company in 10-20 yrs
its a smart move and yes vodafone will give in. why? because they want to start their own american soiled gsm company or possibly BUY one.

Jan 27, 2006, 4:47 PM

Perfect Opportunity

Should Verizon buy their shares, Vodafone could finally invest strongly into a GSM presence in the US like they have wanted to. This would definitely open up the floodgates for technology to enter the US for GSM. I would love it if some SK companies would come over here too and increase the CDMA evolution.
I have heard rumors of Vodafone wanting to buy T-Mobile USA and re-branding it to Vodafone in the US. THAT would be pretty cool.
I think this is a difficult decision on the part of the combined parties because when they are combined they have a lot of capital and money to infuse into Verizon wireless, however, when they are separate especially if Verizon just owns Verizon wirel...
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