Areas Along Rt. 41 (Franklin Turnpike) and Rt. 29 (West Main St.) Will Experience Enhanced Coverage
WAYNESBORO, VA – nTelos Wireless announced today that it has activated two new cell sites that will enhance coverage in Pittsylvania County.
Known for providing high-speed, dependable nationwide coverage for less and the best satisfaction guarantee in the industry, nTelos Wireless activated the two new cell sites on Sept. 28. The first site will enhance coverage along Rt. 41 (Franklin Turnpike), including several residential neighborhoods and the Tuscarora Country Club. The second site will enhance coverage to the Danville Golf Club and the W. Townes Lea Community, as well as the intersection of Rt. 29 (West Main St.) and Rt. 58 (Danville Expressway).
“We continue to enhance and invest in our network, and increase coverage for customers who rely on our service every day,” said Conrad Hunter, chief operating officer of nTelos Wireless. “Whether you live and work in Danville or Pittsylvania County or you’re traveling through the area, you can depend on nTelos to provide you with the best value in wireless – and that means high speed, dependable coverage for less.”
In addition to adding cell sites and enhancing its network, nTelos Wireless is active in local communities throughout Danville and across Virginia. The company is the Official Wireless Sponsor for Virginia Tech football and also supports the National Kidney Foundation. nTelos Wireless also sponsors many community nSpirit programs, which generate donations for local schools and non-profits. Company employees are proud and active participants in community programs in and around Danville and Pittsylvania County.
NTELOS Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:NTLS, news, filings), operating through its subsidiaries as “nTelos Wireless,” is headquartered in Waynesboro, VA, and provides high-speed, dependable nationwide voice and data coverage for over 420,000 retail subscribers based in Virginia, West Virginia and portions of Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky. nTelos’ licensed territories have a total population of approximately 8 million residents, of which its wireless network covers approximately 5.9 million residents. nTelos is also the exclusive wholesale provider of network services to Sprint Nextel in the western Virginia and West Virginia portions of its territories for all Sprint CDMA wireless customers. Learn more about nTelos Wireless and its cell phone service offerings. Stay connected on Facebook and Twitter.