Belington, Elk City, Junior, and Philippi Will See Improved Coverage
WAYNESBORO, VA – nTelos Wireless, known for providing high-speed, dependable nationwide coverage and the best network satisfaction guarantee in the industry, today
announced it has activated four new cell cites in Barbour County that will enhance coverage in the towns of Belington, Elk City, Junior and Philippi.
The new cell site in Belington will improve coverage along Rt. 250 and provide continuous coverage along Rt. 50 to Clarksburg. The Elk City site provides increased coverage to many homes west of Philippi and extends coverage along both Rt. 119 and Rt. 57. The site in Junior will expand coverage along Route 250 while bridging existing coverage in Belington and along Route 33. The site in Philippi will provide enhanced coverage to the town, but also provides contiguous highway coverage from Elk City, through Philippi and all the way down to Rt. 33.
“It’s exciting to expand and improve our network for customers in Barbour County and throughout West Virginia,” said Conrad Hunter, president of nTelos Wireless. “We strive to make sure high-traffic roads, such as Rt. 250, are fully covered so our customers can travel with a sense of ease knowing they’re connected.”
The new cell sites were activated in June, July and August.
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, Maryland and North Carolina, including nationwide 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.