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The Nextel Communications Company is a company that specializes in mobile telephone services. It is based in the United States and it was created by the merger of the Nextel network and part of Sprint Corporation (originally known as Sprint Nextel).
Nextel Communications Company offer their services to more than 33 million subscribers. In 2010, they have announced an agreement to acquire about 16% of RadioShack shares for $ 300 million. In October 2005, its competitor Cingular acquired AT & T wireless services from SBC communications Inc., creating an entity with 110 million customers.
The Nextel brand offers its customers low rates when making international calls, a flat rate when sending SMS messages, no charge for terminating calls to customer service and free calls to access the Internet.
The company provides two main services: Push To Talk (PTT) and Nationwide Walkie-Talkie. The Push To Talk service allows customers to send voice messages in real time. This is ideal for people who work in teams, frequent travelers or parents with children at home, for example. The Nationwide Walkie-Talkie provides a walkie talkie function where users can communicate in real time with each other over the Nextel network nationwide without any additional fees.