company, surely you recognize its main competitors: Sprint ( S ), AT&T ( T ) and Verizon ( VZ ). Perhaps you've heard of Alltel and Valor, which merged in 2006 to form what is now known as Windstream. The company provides voice, internet, cloud computing
Jan 22 (Reuters) - AT&T will pay $780 million in cash to acquire Atlantic Tele-Network Inc's U.S. retail wireless operations operating under the Alltel brand, AT&T said on Tuesday, announcing a move...
Jan 22 (Reuters) - AT&T will acquire the U.S. retail wireless operations of Atlantic Tele-Network for $780 million in cash, the telephone company said Tuesday, in a move that will boost AT&T's service in rural areas.
ATNI ) for $780M in an all-cash transaction slated to close in the second half of the year. The deal will give AT&T the Alltel spectrum business which is focused in rural areas of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Ohio, and Idaho
margins and cash flow. As capex projects wind down, though, the profit squeeze is expected to ease up. Having grown from an Alltel Communications spin-off into a leading provider of voice and data, Windstream has the operating mettle to manage through
advanced communications to businesses. Today, WIN is a different company from the one that was formed in July 2006 via spinoff of Alltel Corporation's landline division and merger with VALOR Communications. At the time, WIN operated in only 16 states with less
in the business.Verizon Wireless generates tons of cash, which it has used to quickly pay down debt taken on to fund the Alltel acquisition. The unit paid a $10 billion dividend to its parents in early 2012.The fixed-line business also should generate
By Vatalyst : Windstream ( WIN ) is an independent telecommunications giant born out of a strategic merger between former Alltel Corporation 's landline business, and Valor Communications Group. The union was forged in 2006 in a multi-faceted deal
faces no major debt maturities until 2013. Alltel executives filled the majority of high-level ..... firm's creation in 2006 via the merger of Alltel 's fixed-line business with Valor Communications. Alltel 's former CFO, Jeff Gardner, assumed
conference call that there wouldn't be any material churn surprises along the lines of what we saw at Crown Castle CCI (with the Alltel decommissioning). If the firm continues to execute at these levels, that iDEN revenue won't be missed. The 4G LTE deployments