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Contact Sprint CEO (CLUELESS executive officer) / Contact Nextel CEO Address VERIFIED
Contact Sprint CEO / Contact Nextel CEO Information
Dan Hesse (wife: Diane Hesse aka Diane Canaday)
5208 Belleview Ave.
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Sprint Nextel CEO Headquarters Address VERIFIED
OR CONTACT SPRINT NEXTEL EXECUTIVES
President, Strategy and Corporate Initiatives
2874 Rivermeade Dr. N.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Robert H. Johnson
President, Consumer Business Unit
18213 Goddard St.
Bucyrus, Kansas 66013
Joseph J. Euteneuer
Chief Financial Officer - Home Pictured Below
5800 Piedmont Dr.
Englewood, Colorado 80111
Englewood, Colorado is also the home of the $7,000,000 Tim Tebow (Denver Bronco's QB) mansion
OR SEND JOB APPLICATIONS AND RESUMES TO:
Sandra J. Price
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
26705 W. Greentree Ct.
Olathe, Kansas 66061
PADGET ALVES (wife: Deborah Alves)
(Sprint Executive: President, Business Markets Group)
11521 Canterbury Cir
Leawood, KS 66211-2918
STEVE ELFMAN (wife: Monique Elfman)
(Sprint Executive: President, Network Operations and Wholesale)
1205 W 59th St
Kansas City, MO 64113-1148
President, Integrated Solutions Group
5613 Golden Bear Dr.
Overland Park, Kansas 66223
ROBERT BRUST (wife: Joan Brust)
(FORMER Sprint Nextel Executive: Chief Financial Officer)
3252 N Halstead St
Hutchinson, KS 67502-1811
These HOME Phone numbers and HOME addresses are more or less public information, available to anyone with an Internet connection (or a phone book). It is NOT illegal and there is no law prohibiting someone from publishing public information. PERIOD. Sorry Sprint, you STILL SUCK.
WE HAVE TAKEN THE SEARCH OUT OF CORPORATE EXECUTIVE HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH!
Sprint has suffered two years of dwindling subscriber growth and is losing miserably in improving in what has been regarded as piss poor customer service. Sprint in the past three years (at time of this) has LOST 9.4 million "postpaid" wireless subscribers who sign up for monthly service contracts, and lost 578,000 postpaid customers in the first quarter. Sprint has reported losses in its last 10 quarters. Sound CLUELESS? Sprint Info Source: Business Weekly
I BET YOU CAN GET ONE OF THESE SPRINT EXECUTIVES TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.
If you are seeking people like Sprint Nextel's CEO Dan Hesse email address, or if you found Sprint Nextel CEO's email address on another website, or above, IT'S PROBABLY NOT RIGHT. CEOs change their email address when they are publicly leaked. They will change their email address to something like dan.x.hesse or daniel.2.hesse or some other off beat name to conceal their real e-mail address.
After suffering a loss of $2.6 billion last year, the third-largest U.S. cell phone carrier reduced employee count by nearly a third.
"Even Sprint Nextel, which has struggled to retain customers due to its POOR REPUTATION..." - CNET.com
I suppose that CNET didn't even know about the more than 31,400 Better Business Bureau complaints against Sprint. Based on BBB files, Sprint has a BBB Rating of C- on a scale from A+ to F because they had around 31,444+ BBB complaints filed against the business. However, a year has passed and they are down to 22,000 complaints. I guess 10,000 people quit complaining, and switched carriers. In the same time period with AT&T the BBB processed a total of 8107 complaints about this company in the last 36 months, the standard reporting period. Of the total of 8107 complaints closed in 36 months, 3537 were closed in the last year.
Sprint Nextel Corporation is a telecommunications company whose headquarters are located in Overland Park, Kansas. The company owns and operates the third-largest wireless telecommunications network in America, with just under 50 million customers, trailing Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility. Sprint is a global Internet carrier and makes up a portion of the Internet backbone. In America, the company also operates the largest wireless broadband network and is the third-largest long distance provider.
The company began in 2005, by the $35 billion dollar purchase of Nextel Communications by Sprint Corporation. In 2006, the company separated its land line telephone business, calling it Embarq. The company also paid $6.5 billion to acquire Nextel Partners, which mostly provides Nextel wireless services to rural areas. Supporting Sprint Nextel, also means supporting the Federal Government. Sprint also operates and maintains DCSNet, the U.S. Federal Government's private surveillance network.
In 2009, Sprint announced that the daily operations management of their entire wireless network will be given to the Sweden-based Ericsson. Sprint will transfer many of their network operations employees and Ericsson will take control of the full maintenance and operations of the wireless network. However, Sprint will retain ownership of the network, and will have control over the network assets. Ericsson will be housed within the Sprint headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas. Everything is supposed to be completed by the end of 2009.
CUSTOMERS LEAVING SPRINT AS FAST AS NETFLIX CLIENTS FLED, TIRED OF BEING FINANCIALLY RAPED.
Today's Sprint-Nextel Corporation initially began in the 1800's, Southern Pacific Communications Company (SPC), a unit of the Southern Pacific Railroad, in Burlingame, California. The Railroad had an extensive microwave communications system along its rights of way used for internal communications. Eventually, they expanded by laying fiber optic cables along the same rights of way. In 1972, they began selling surplus capacity on that system to businesses to use as private lines. This effectively circumvented AT&T's monopoly at the time on public telephony. Prior attempts to provide long distance voice services had not been approved by the FCC.
SPC was only permitted to provide private lines, not switched services. It was not until MCI Communications released Execunet, that SPC took the FCC to court, and won the right to offer switched services. They decided they needed a new name to differentiate the switched voice service and ran an internal contest to choose a name. Obviously, the winning choice was "Sprint". The Sprint service was initially marketed to six major cities.
In 1994, Sprint spun off their existing cellular operations as 360 Communications, a move made for regulatory reasons, in order to start a new service in the PCS band. In 1998, 360 Communications was acquired by Alltel, which was then acquired by Verizon in 2009.
In October of 1999, Sprint and MCI WorldCom announced a $129 billion merger agreement. The deal would have been the largest corporate merger in history at the time. Thank goodness the deal did not go through because of pressure from the United States Department of Justice and the European Union due to concerns of it becoming a monopoly. One of the few great decisions in the history of big businesses.
NEXTEL began as FleetCall in 1987 by a communications attorney. The name was changed to Nextel Communications in 1993. On December 15, 2004, Sprint and NEXTEL announced the merger that became Sprint Nextel Corporation. At the time of the announcement Sprint and NEXTEL were the No. 3 and No. 5 providers in the US mobile phone industry. The FCC placed a condition on the merger that Sprint Nextel is to provide wireless service within the 2.5 GHz band within the next four years. On September 1, 2005, Sprint Nextel combined plan offerings of its Sprint and Nextel brands to bring more uniformity across the board. Only a few key Nextel executives remained two years after the merger, and many former middle and upper-level managers left citing numerous reasons including a huge cultural difference between the two companies.
Sprint won a major battle against the AT&T cell phone and T-mobile merger recently.