I find it very interesting that Sprint propagandists teamrep and pdb3838 are still troubling themselves to post on this board. Why would they do so if CLWR to Sprint were a done deal as they claim? Almost makes me think that between now and July 8 we just might see a little action.
Your right, it shows what fools they are. They cannot live in the real world. They are going to be upset at themselves , because of all the money they lost out on , by believing there own lies.
The important question for remaining CLWR investors is whether they turned on 2000 TD-LTE towers????
How are you supposed to evaluate the short term or long term value of CLWR without this information. How much did it cost. Are they on track for 5000 towers by Dec 2013????
Do any handsets access the new towers. If you build it, will anyone actually use it??? How fast is the system in the real world???
Fundamental research is still needed. Why would anyone bid over $5/share without knowing the answers to the above questions. Why isn't S trying to sell more phone contracts on the basis of having access to a faster network???
The towers need to be connected to Sprint's core, but they are up and running with backhaul.
Considering that Sprint amended the financing to not have a tower requirement, I do not believe they are close to their 5000 by 2013, but that will not likely matter.
No handsets in the US currently use TD-LTE on 2.5Ghz spectrum. Sprint plans on offering devices in q3. My theory is that the iPhone 5s will be the first tri-band device on Sprint.
Those answers do not matter as much as "Can we actually get Clearwire, if we make a bid?", and I believe that answer is no. If Verizon could get the spectrum or ATT, do you not believe they would try? Tiny Dish is not the only one that wants Clearwire's assets.