Waynesboro, VA. – November 8, 2010 – nTelos, a leading provider of voice and data services, is pleased to announce the expansion of its business communications services in Bluefield, Virginia.
David J. Keller, Senior Vice President of nTelos Wireline, said “nTelos has invested nearly $15 million in its fiber network, to serve the region’s businesses with the latest technology including Metro Ethernet, Wide Area Networking, and Integrated Voice and Data services. Enhanced communications services are vital to the region’s business growth, and nTelos is committed to bringing the most advanced technology to the area, along with the most accessible people.”
Rose Nineff and Gerard Wilson will represent nTelos in the region. They will consult directly with businesses to plan and implement voice, data and networking service. Rose and Gerard have already established strong business relationships in Bluefield, WV as well as Princeton, Lewisburg and Beckley for nTelos.
nTelos Wireless introduced the Bluefield community to the best value in wireless several years ago by offering the same nation at a better price. Now nTelos Business customers in the region will be able to bundle nTelos Data/Voice services with one bill convenience and uniquely link their landline and wireless devices.
nTelos supports business growth organizations like the Chamber of Commerce and looks forward to being part of economic development initiatives in the greater Bluefield and Princeton region.
NTELOS Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:NTLS, news, filings) is an integrated communications provider with headquarters in Waynesboro, VA. NTELOS provides products and services to customers in Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Maryland and North Carolina, including nationwide 3G wireless voice and data services, local and long distance telephone, high capacity transport, networking and high-speed Broadband data services and IPTV-based video products. Detailed information about NTELOS is available at www.ntelos.com.