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Midlothian, VA

nTelos Donates $665 to Clover Hill Elementary PTA

Pictured from left to right: Andrew Michalek, second grader at Clover Hill Elementary School (CHES); Mary Kathryn van Eerden, vice president of the CHES PTA; Tracy Buchanan, nTelos Wireless store leader; Catherine Hines, principal of CHES; Mary Anneke van Eerden, second grader at CHES. nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program (www.nTelos.com/nS pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Apr 29, 2013 | post #1)

Virginia Beach, VA

nTelos Donates $1,680 to Green Run HS NJROTC

nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program (www.ntelos.com/ns pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. Pictured from left to right: CDR Curtis L. Brown USN, retired – senior naval science instructor at Green Run High School; Dr. George Parker, principal of Green Run High School; Green Run High School NJROTC Cadets; 1st Sergeant Felix Robles, retired – naval science instructor at Green Run High School; Joanne Matel, sales associate at nTelos Wireless’ Landstown store.  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #1)

Scott Depot, WV

nTelos Wireless Enhances Network Between Scott Depot and ...

nTelos Wireless, where the “Difference is Savings,” announced today that it has added a new cell site that will further enhance coverage of its dependable, high-speed network along Rocky Step Road between Scott Depot and Winfield. The new cell site, which is located near Blue Lick Road, demonstrate nTelos Wireless’ commitment to providing dependable, high-speed nationwide coverage for less. The company also boasts the best satisfaction guarantee in the industry. “We are committed to providing the best value in wireless by continuing to enhance our coverage area,” said Conrad Hunter, chief operating officer of nTelos Wireless. “We believe the continued expansion of our network is instrumental to businesses and consumers, especially as smartphone usage becomes more prevalent. Whether you are calling, texting or surfing – nTelos will be there for you, providing dependable, high-speed nationwide coverage for less.” As part of the network expansion, homes along Lick Run, Blue Like Road, Rocky Step Road, and Harmon Branch Road will experience enhanced wireless service. In addition to adding cell sites and enhancing its network, nTelos Wireless is active in communities throughout West Virginia. The company is a sponsor of the WV Strawberry Festival, BREWS, Blues & BBQ Wine and Jazz Festival and the WV State Fair. 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 the Mountaineer state.  (Apr 23, 2013 | post #1)

Portsmouth, VA

nTelos Wireless Enhances Network in Portsmouth

nTelos Wireless, where the “Difference is Savings,” announced today that it has added a new cell site that will further enhance coverage of its dependable, high-speed network to the city of Portsmouth. The new cell site, which is located near the intersection of Portsmouth Blvd. and Elmhurst Lane, demonstrate nTelos Wireless’ commitment to providing dependable, high-speed nationwide coverage for less. The Company also boasts the best satisfaction guarantee in the industry. “We are committed to providing the best value in wireless by continuing to enhance our coverage area,” said Conrad Hunter, chief operating officer of nTelos Wireless. “We believe the continued expansion of our network is instrumental to businesses and consumers, especially as smartphone usage becomes more prevalent. Whether you are calling, texting or surfing – nTelos will be there for you, providing dependable, high-speed nationwide coverage for less.” Areas from the I-264 north along Portsmouth Blvd. to the river will experience enhanced wireless service. The neighborhoods of Hodges Manor, Portsmouth Heights, Simonsdale, Westgate Plaza, Oregon Acres, and Mayflower Park will all notice enhanced coverage. In addition to adding cell sites and enhancing its network, nTelos Wireless is active in local communities throughout the Hampton Roads and across Virginia. nTelos is the official wireless provider for Virginia Tech football and has been the title name sponsor of the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth since it opened. 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 Hampton Roads. # # # About NTELOS NTELOS Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: NTLS), operating through its subsidiaries as “nTelos Wireless,” is headquartered in Waynesboro, VA, and provides high-speed, dependable nationwide voice and data coverage for over 439,000 retail subscribers based in Virginia, West Virginia and portions of Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky. The Company’s licensed territories have a total population of approximately 7.9 million residents, of which its wireless network covers approximately 6.0 million residents. The Company is also the exclusive wholesale provider of wireless digital PCS services to Sprint Nextel in the Company’s western Virginia and West Virginia service area for all Sprint CDMA wireless customers. Additional information about the Company is available at www.ntelos.com or www.facebook.com/n teloswireless and www.twitter.com/nt elos_wireless.  (Apr 23, 2013 | post #1)

Virginia Beach, VA

nTelos Donates $840 to Salem H.S. NJROTC

Pictured from left to right: Cadets of Salem High School NJROTC; Deborah Touchon, nTelos Wireless store leader; Joanne Matel, nTelos Wireless retail associate. nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program (www.ntelos.com/ns pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #1)

Suffolk, VA

nTelos Donates $2,240 to Local Youth Foundation

Pictured from left to right: Chad Gary, nTelos Wireless Chesapeake sales associate; Eugene Dukes III, nTelos Wireless Chesapeake sales associate; Temieka Boothe, nTelos Wireless Chesapeake sales associate; Calvin Almond, co-president of the Youth of America Foundation; Jenny Melvin, nTelos Wireless Peninsula territory retail leader; Bobby Rascoe, nTelos Wireless Chesapeake assistant store leader. nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program (www.ntelos.com/ns pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #1)

Newport News, VA

nTelos Donates $350 To Colossian Baptist Church

Pictured from left to right: D’Mari James, member of Colossian Baptist Church youth ministry; LaToya King, nTelos Wireless store leader at Patrick Henry Mall; Dameian James, nTelos Wireless retail associate at Patrick Henry Mall; Carla Fuller, Colossian Baptist Church youth coordinator. The nSpirit program (www.ntelos.com/ns pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #1)

Virginia Beach, VA

nTelos Donates $1,050 To Komen Tidewater Group

Pictured from left to right: Christopher Kelch, nTelos Wireless sales leader; Greg Mazur, nTelos Wireless area manager; Sharon Laderberg, executive director of the Susan G. Komen Tidewater affiliate; Amy Groffman, nTelos Wireless sales leader; Joseph Crouch, nTelos Wireless director of sales. The Tidewater Affiliate’s fundraising efforts through nTelos Wireless’ 2012 nSpirit program has totaled more than $7,000. nSpirit allows qualified non-profit organizations and schools to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. Find out more at ntelos.com/nspirit  (Feb 15, 2013 | post #2)

Huntington, WV

nTelos Donates $1,050 To Komen Tidewater Group

Pictured from left to right: Christopher Kelch, nTelos Wireless sales leader; Greg Mazur, nTelos Wireless area manager; Sharon Laderberg, executive director of the Susan G. Komen Tidewater affiliate; Amy Groffman, nTelos Wireless sales leader; Joseph Crouch, nTelos Wireless director of sales. The Tidewater Affiliate’s fundraising efforts through nTelos Wireless’ 2012 nSpirit program has totaled more than $7,000. nSpirit allows qualified non-profit organizations and schools to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. For more information log onto ntelos.com/nspirit  (Feb 15, 2013 | post #1)

Huntington, WV

nTelos Donates $2,345 To Milton Youth Sports Assoc

nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program (www.ntelos.com/ns pirit) allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. Pictured from left to right: Skye Reveal, nTelos Wireless retail sales representative; Jocelyn Bentley, nTelos Wireless area sales manager; Matt Whiting, nTelos Wireless area sales manager; Kariann Paugh, Milton Youth Sports Association Treasurer; and John Gdula, nTelos Wireless retail sales representative.  (Jan 30, 2013 | post #1)

Richmond, VA

nTelos Donates $210 to Huguenot High School

Pictured from left to right: Emile Baddour, nTelos Wireless Stratford Hills sales representative; Daniel Vandyke, nTelos Wireless Stratford Hills sales leader; Christopher Miles, nTelos Wireless Stratford Hills sales assistant; Reggie Roane, nTelos Wireless Stratford Hills sales representative; Randall Williams, nTelos Wireless Stratford Hills sales representative; and Garry Callis, Founder & Facilitator of Real Deal Life Skills. nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Jan 30, 2013 | post #1)

Newport News, VA

nTelos Donates $945 To Local Youth Foundation

Pictured from left to right: Valerie Beverley, Vice President of Tri-Citi Hurricanes Youth Foundation; LaToya King, nTelos Wireless sales leader at the Patrick Henry Mall kiosk. nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program.  (Jan 25, 2013 | post #1)

Virginia Beach, VA

nTelos Donates $350 To Salem High NJROTC

nTelos Wireless’ nSpirit program www.ntelos.com/nsp irit allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. Pictured from left to right: Joanna Matel, nTelos Wireless sales associate and members of Salem High School’s 5th Platoon NJROTC.  (Dec 21, 2012 | post #1)

Newport News, VA

nTelos Donates $1,050 To Local Samaritan Fund

The nSpirit program www.ntelos.com/nsp irit allows schools and qualified non-profit organizations to earn substantial monetary donations for every new line of wireless service activated as part of the program. Pictured from left to right: Rolland Schattschneider, board member of Hampton Roads Good Samaritan Fund; Miguel Collado, nTelos Wireless store leader; Richard Ward, nTelos Wireless sales representative; and Marie Boyd, executive director of the Hampton Roads Good Samaritan Fund.  (Dec 21, 2012 | post #1)