Tough business - they gained prepaid (less profitable) customers but lost contract (more profitable) customers. He has to shut down iDen as that's where the losses are coming from. Stinks for the customers addicted to PTT, but this was a bad deal from the start.
I agree with NJ. I have a handful of users that have become pretty dependent on PTT. They're not going to like this news...
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The original plan when Sprint first bought Nextel was to sell the iDEN network to the US Government, in particular, the National Communications Service (who already own an iDEN network). As we can see, that hasn't happened yet.