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Clearwire Corporation (CLWRD) Message Board

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    • So open your eyes and ears man and realize what you just posted means,

      Its in Sprint's best interest to keep Clearwire moving forward, expanding its 4G wireless system and adding customers. Sprint needs all the help it can get, even if it cost the company another 750 million to 1 billion to keep Clearwire operating through 2011/2012.


      Sprint should sell its 54% ownership ASAP to the highest bidder. I have my preferences as to who would be the best fit for Clearwire should Sprint want to sell its majority stake. The question is can Sprint stomach the thought of someone else controlling Clearwire, while they sit on the sidelines and watch 4G broadband service pass them by? Don't think so.

      In any case Clearwire says it can continue operating for the time being until it receives necessary funding to expand well beyond next year. Question is - who will have Control of Clearwire come mid-2011?

      • 2 Replies to luvclwr
      • S should just buy CLWR, CLWR's market cap is 1.6 billion, cheaper than to continue to give them money, add outstanding debt (how much of that is from Sprint anyway).

        Wonder how low they would want the stock price first...

        I think games are being played at the intersting to see what the end result is...

      • Here's the dilemma. Even IF Sprint can find a billion to contribute to CLWR by early next year, it isn't the end of CLWR or Sprint's problems because CLWR still doesn't have a business model capable of producing profit and the dysfunctional Sprint-CLWR relationship will still exist. Then after CLWR has spent whatever new money they raise they will need more capital and Sprint will be back in the same situation but a billion more in debt.

        CLWR was always a spectrum flip, the problem is that some people confused it with an operating company.


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