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  • kalkid420 kalkid420 Apr 17, 2007 9:45 AM Flag

    buyout will be at 39-42 bucks

    enjoy the ride

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    • Allowing, small business, small tower providers, access to percentage of a region's total cell phone network revenues
      [Industry Canada concern. Cell phone business blinded by racket, of trying to get the population, to sign up for long term phone plans, and charging cancellation fees; therefore infrastructure entrance efficiency equilibrium, slow in coming.]

      The Maser competitive free market equilibrium. A monopoly requires that an entire communication system be built to enter market; whereas, the competitive free market cell phone equilibrium, based on the competition, building some parts.

      The competitive phone bills, paid to the local pond cell phone network. Then revenue distributed, based on regional telecommunication investment contributions. Customers free from long term, mandatory customer billing agreements, as service providers indirect. Opens market to competition, allowing small firms and independents access, even municipalities, to enter the cell phone business, with only an asset or two.

      Reduces under investment, and reduces over investment. Telecommunication infrastructure resources, are more responsive and efficient, when small firms in loop. The continual advancement in telecommunication products, and internet wireless possibilities, requires continual investment. Best done by independents allowed to abridge cell phone networks. Also, better for customers and transparence, as regional service cost differences, can be reflected in prices. Also, reduces cell phone sales outlets needed.

      More waves, better cheaper service, and more efficient investment, more profit; should have many public company cell phone businesses, supporting the visionary, area based, single network billing system idea. Standards, firms define appropriate regional revenue sharing rules, as each area has unique set of pond ripple factors. The future of the cell phone industry, merging without merging.

      [Note, costly cell phone monopoly equilibrium, creates issues for takeover buyers, in determining forward-looking long-term revenues, as cell phone industry shifting away from monopoly equilibrium. Leveraging a telecommunications monopoly more, without adding value, costs the Canadian cell phone customer. Example; the proposed Teachers' BCE leveraged buyout, adding massive new debt onto Bell Canada's books. Note, plundering CWG news services, Financial Post, reporting that it is good that BCE leveraged could be sold for between 35 to 40 billion, with 85 to 90 percent being borrowed abroad.] [Leverage buyout debt, added to existing BCE debt; teacher's math missing the double combo.]

      PS. How much has BCE's Bell made from taxing, Ontario teachers and students, for canceling multi year cell phone agreements? Or, from Bell charging more, for service, in absence of such long term cost commitments?

      PS. Allows, without reducing the network, specific BCE local telecommunication assets, to be packaged and sold.

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