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Topic # 89411 1-Sep-2011 18:43 Send private message

US rejects telco mega-merger

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  Reply # 515272 1-Sep-2011 19:08 Send private message


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  Reply # 515290 1-Sep-2011 19:42 Send private message

ajw: US rejects telco mega-merger

Any comment to add to this? Or are you just spamming a news story link? 


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  Reply # 515313 1-Sep-2011 20:14 Send private message

I don't see what interest this has to anyone in NZ. (?) Surprise me ;   ) 

Gotta love analysts: "Telecommunications analysts at Barclays Capital put AT&T's probability of success at 35-40 per cent, a significant reduction from their initial estimate of 75 per cent" LOL!!

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  Reply # 515321 1-Sep-2011 20:23 Send private message

Actually I'm interested but I saw the story about 9.00am this morning..



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  Reply # 517529 6-Sep-2011 14:21

For NZers it means there is less risk that roaming rates to the US will rise

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  Reply # 518689 8-Sep-2011 17:05 Send private message

There are lessons for NZ, where incumbent mobile networks might also be tempted to takeover their competitors.

Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^

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