Landstown High School and Surrounding Areas will See Enhanced Coverage
WAYNESBORO, VA – Virginia-based nTelos Wireless, known for providing high-speed, dependable nationwide coverage and the best network satisfaction guarantee in the industry, today announced it has activated a new cell cite that will enhance coverage in Virginia Beach.
The new site will enhance coverage near the intersection of Princess Anne Road and Dam Neck Road, including areas such as Landstown High School, Sentara Princess Anne Hospital and the Virginia Beach Higher Education Center.
“It’s always a pleasure to expand our network to better serve our customers,” said Conrad Hunter, president of nTelos Wireless. “With the addition of this cell site, our customers in nearby neighborhoods, schools and businesses will be able to better enjoy our high-speed, high-quality service at an affordable price.”
The new cell site was activated Aug. 23.
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 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.