|Traded as||OTC Pink: NIHDQ|
|Headquarters||Reston, Virginia, United States|
|Steve Shindler (CEO)|
|Products||High speed networks Two way messaging, Push to Talk|
|Revenue||USD 6.746 billion|
Number of employees
NII Holdings, Inc. (formerly Nextel International) is a holding company that, through its various subsidiaries, provides iDEN-based mobile communications services under the Nextel brand in Three Latin American countries, including Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. NII recently launched HSDPA-based 3G service in Mexico as planned expansion in other countries continues.
NII went through bankruptcy in 2014.
Agreement with Televisa
In February 2010, NII Holdings and Grupo Televisa signed a definitive agreement under which Televisa will acquire an equity stake in Nextel Mexico. Under the agreement, Televisa will invest $1.44 billion in cash for an initial 30% equity stake in Nextel Mexico, which implies Nextel Mexico's pre-investment value at $4.3 billion. On October 19, 2010, however, vice president and COO in Mexico Gustavo Cantu announced the partnership had been terminated by mutual agreement. More recently Cantu spoke about the future of content and telecommunications in Mexico.
On October 27, 2004, NII amended its 2003 Annual Report on Form 10-K and its Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for the first and second quarters of 2004 to restate its financial statements to correct the errors in the periods in which they originated as soon as practical.
- NII HOLDINGS - About Us
- "NII Holdings announces agreement on reorganization plan". Virginia Business. 2014-11-25. Retrieved 2015-01-11.
- "NII Holdings Completes Its Review of Nextel Mexico Bookkeeping Errors and Announces Plans to Amend Certain Prior Period Filings; The Cumulative Effect Is a $3.4 Million Understatement of Income Before Taxes and a $2.1 Million Overstatement of Operating Income Related to Prior Periods; Correction of the Errors Will not Impact Third Quarter Results".
- "NII Holdings to restate 2003, 2004 results.".
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