Sprint Seriously Considering Sale of Nextel
Just when we thought we were in the clear.....
Didn't we just convert about a billion people to this "new and improved" system, we slowly walk back to the drawling board...
Why you ask? Well it seems that Sprint thought it would be a great idea to buy out a major analog phone company, in a digital world... Well, when Sprint baught out this "giant", they also got stuck with the responsability of making sure its analog airwave issue was corrected...Nay Nay Nextel...
All I know is if I ever have to call for help and I hear someone say, "Thank you for calling Nextel", I'm going to be a little upset...
If you can't correct the issue, then eliminate it. Head back to the board, think of something new, like sellin...
make your mind sprint!
Well it seems that Sprint thought it would be a great idea to buy out a major analog phone company, in a digital world... Well, when Sprint baught out this "giant", they also got stuck with the responsability of maki
"Morgan O'Brien, founder of Nextel and Cyren Call, is now seeking partners to buy the Nextel network from Sprint and use it, in part, to help build a nationwide public safety network."
I really want to know actually...
Good For Nextel
I'm from Michigan where we are nextel and sprint heavy and no one I mean no one likes sprint.No ONE EVERYTHING ABOUT SPRINT SUCKS and am I the only one who hear's a bubble sound when talking on a sprint phone?
Sprint obviously has no idea what its doing
But seriously. Sprint is so freaking stupid I cant believe it. They need to just sell out to T-Mobile, a company who seems to know what they are doing, and get their asses turned around. Cuz as things stand, they will be out of business in no time.
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Will Nextel end up with 1900 MHz spectrum?
Here's an article about the spectrum swap that I'm referring to.
http://www.networkworld.com/edge/news/2005/0208nexte ... »
I have a new proposition...
Just take it out back and shoot it.
This is my biggest ?
This could be a ploy to make Sprint more attractive to Deutsche Telekom.