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The deal, if completed, would be the second AT&T acquisition in Mexico since November, when the company bought the big wireless service provider Iusacell for $2.5 billion.
AT&T’s plans to tackle the Mexico market aren’t just limited to buying a single mobile operator Iusacell. It announced Monday it is buying Iusacell’s competitor Nextel Mexico for $1.875 billion from…
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AT&T announced Thursday that it plans to acquire Nextel Mexico for $1.875 billion.
AT&T plans to acquire Nextel Mexico for $1.875 billion in an effort to create a massive North American Mobile Service area that will be able to offer wireless access to 400 million people. The news comes a few months after AT&T announced plans to buy another Mexico-based wireless carrier, Iusacell, for $2.5 billion.
DALLAS — AT&T is buying Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings for about $1.88 billion, minus the company's debt. The deal will give AT&T Inc. companies that operate under the name Nextel Mexico and hold all of the wireless properties in Mexico held by NII Holdings Inc. Show More Summary
Shannon Stapleton/Reuters DALLAS -- AT&T (T) is buying Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings (NIHDQ) for about $1.88 billion, minus the company's debt. ?AT&T shares slipped 5 cents to $33.32 in premarket trading about two hours before the market open Monday. The deal will give AT&T Inc. Show More Summary
AT&T today announced its intent to purchase Nextel Mexico, which covers 76 million customers across the country. Nextel Mexico is owned by NII Holdings and AT&T will pay it $1.875 billion. NII Holdings is currently in bankruptcy and AT&T's offer is less than NII Holdings' outstanding debt. Show More Summary
Less than two weeks after closing the deal to acquire Mexico wireless provider Lusacell, AT&T has revealed its next moves in Mexico, as it enters an agreement to procure wireless company Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings.
Showing just how intent they are on their Mexican invasion, AT&T has made another acquisition just nine days after closing its purchase of Iusacell. This morning they announced a deal to purchase Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings, following through on rumors of their interest since fall. … [visit site to read more]
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