Leap Wireless International LEAP

Elgrably, Patrick
December 2006
Morningstar GrowthInvestor;Dec2006, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the growth of Leap Wireless International. Leap provides wireless communication services under the Cricket and Jump Mobile brands. The company provides wireless voice and data services to underserved markets. The fair value estimate for the company is $38 per share. Within the existing markets of the company, it is expected to improve its profit as Leap spreads its cost over a larger subscriber base.


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