FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 19, 2015
Inland Cellular announces the addition of a new wireless tower in Elk River, ID.
Inland Cellular has added a new wireless tower in Elk River, ID, located on Elk Butte. This expansion will better serve both customers and emergency services in the Elk River Reservoir area, as well as the Bovill-Elk River corridor of Highway 8 in Clearwater County, that have not benefited from reliable wireless coverage until now.
As the exclusive mobile site in the region, Inland Cellular is able to provide our valued customers with more comprehensive and consistent voice and data coverage.
“We are excited about this site, being able to provide our customers with valuable voice and data services in a recreational area. As a locally owned and operated company, we understand the value in rural development and being able to provide coverage, not only to our valued customers, but to emergency services and those utilizing our network while roaming from other providers. This tower allows Inland Cellular to continue to expand and enhance our superior regional coverage to our already powerful wireless network,” stated Chip Damato, Director of Business Strategies for Inland Cellular. “Our customers will continue to see on going upgrades and improvements…”
Inland Cellular is a locally owned and operated wireless communications company that has been providing nationwide voice and data services since 1992. Inland Cellular’s local stores are at 125 Johnson Avenue, Suite 2 in Orofino, 960 W. Pullman Road in Moscow and at 2612 Nez Perce Drive in Lewiston.
For more information about this press release, please contact Tony Mastroberardino, Marketing Manager at Inland Cellular.