Nextel Communications, Inc. is a mobile telecommunications company that provides digital mobile and radio communications services through Motorola's Integrated Dispatch Enhanced network (iDEN) technology, which combines radio, mobile, and alphanumeric paging service all in one device. Founded in the United States in 1994, Nextel launched its first operations in Brazil in 1997, acquiring 20 companies that previously provided analog coverage in the country.
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From 2004 to 2006, Nextel extended its International Direct Connect services to Chile, Argentina, Peru, Mexico, and the United States. And in 2008, Nextel announced its continuous efforts to expand its coverage by confirming plans to deploy digital mobile coverage in Salvador, Recife, Fortaleza, and Vitoria, amounting to US$100 million worth of total investment.
Today, Nextel Brazil boasts more than 3.5 million customers, having an annual growth rate of 40% in Brazil. Also, Nextel takes pride in having the lowest number of customer complaints as a result of efficient and seamless digital mobile and radio coverage across Brazil. And with Nextel's Conexio Direta (Direct Connect) feature using its iDEN network, Nextel subscribers enjoy unlimited, low-cost, and efficient digital radio service anywhere within the network's coverage area.
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