Verizon Wireless has activated a total of five new cell cites, with 3 being in Kentucky and 2 in southern Indiana. The new cites are located in Jefferson and Oldham County. No doubt benefitting potential new and returning customers in Kentucky and Indiana with the iPhone 4 looming on the horizon. Below is a portion of the press release:
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Verizon Wireless has activated five new cell sites in Kentucky and southern Indiana that improve voice and data coverage in three counties in the greater Louisville area.
Three new cell sites in Kentucky, including an in-building site within the KFC Yum! Center, improve coverage in the west central and south central portions of Jefferson County and in southern Indiana.
Another new cell site in Kentucky in Oldham County improves coverage in Goshen.
A new cell site in Floyd County in Indiana improves coverage in the southern portion of the county.
The new cell sites enable more Verizon Wireless customers to rely on their wireless devices for social networking, Internet browsing, downloading apps and music, exchanging email and text, picture and video messages, watching high-quality videos and making calls.
The company’s ongoing network investment in Kentucky now totals more than $307 million. Nationally, Verizon Wireless has invested more than $60 billion since it was formed—$5.7 billion on average every year—to increase the coverage and capacity of its premier nationwide network and to add new services.