- Homepage: http://www.nextel.com/
September 2004: "Nextel Communications, a FORTUNE 200 company based in Reston, Va., is a leading provider of fully integrated wireless communications services and has built the largest guaranteed all-digital wireless network in the country covering thousands of communities across the United States. Today, 95 percent of FORTUNE 500 companies are Nextel customers.
Nextel and Nextel Partners, Inc. currently serve 296 of the top 300 U.S. markets where approximately 253 million people live or work."http://www.nextel.com/about/corporateinfo/profile.shtml
Role Name Type Last Updated Status/Name Change to Sprint Nextel Organization Nov 19, 2005 Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Founded/Co-Founded by Morgan O'Brien Person Jan 9, 2007
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