DICKINSON, ND — Verizon Wireless today announced new digital and analog service to Mott, North Dakota and the surrounding area with the addition of a 512-foot cell site tower. The new wireless coverage will benefit area residents, as well as visitors, including those coming during the fall pheasant hunting season.
"Adding service in Mott is part of our commitment to improve coverage and capacity by building 17 new cell sites across North Dakota this year," said Viki L. Radden, president Great Plains Region, Verizon Wireless. "Each year we invest in network capacity and coverage improvements. Last year, for instance, we invested $21 million in our North Dakota network and we will make a significant investment again in 2004."
Verizon Wireless service is available at authorized Verizon Wireless agent locations and the Verizon Wireless Communications Store located at 311 South Third St. in Bismarck.
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