nTelos Wireless Increases Retail Presence In Chesterfield County, Opens Store At Hancock Village | Business
Virginia-based nTelos Wireless is expanding its local retail presence in Chesterfield with a new store at Hancock Village, located at 7328 Hancock Village Dr., in Chesterfield.
A grand opening celebration will take place at the store June 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. and will include a ribbon cutting ceremony, radio remote, giveaways and grand opening promotions.
“Chesterfield County represents a significant area for nTelos Wireless and we are investing capital dollars in retail stores and our local coverage area to ensure the best possible customer experience,” said Conrad Hunter, president of nTelos Wireless. “The convenient location of the new store will allow more consumers to learn about nTelos Wireless, and our extensive array of nationwide rate plans. We’re the best value in wireless, and we’ll continue to demonstrate that with great rate plans, great people, and by providing a great customer service experience. We’ve been active and involved in the Chesterfield community for many years, and the new store extends our deep commitment to the county.”
The new 1,518 square foot store is designed with the customer experience and satisfaction in mind and gives the option to try up to 28 different live phones, including Android Tablet devices as well as other wireless products allowing customers to have hands-on experience before making a purchase. nTelos is currently offering two unlimited nationwide smartphone lines for under $100.
Hours for the store will be: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. It will also include a payment kiosk for customers wanting to pay monthly bills or renew their Frawg Wireless prepay plans.
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