"We consider this a win-win opportunity," said Jeff Atwood, senior vice president of sales. "Vermillion is a prime location because so many of the residents depend on this type of technology. We also see this as a great economic boost for an already thriving community."
Long Lines Wireless touts unlimited calling plans with nationwide coverage. Currently, Long Lines has over 130 cell towers and the fastest growing network throughout western Iowa, northeast Nebraska, and southeast South Dakota. Long Lines also touts their agreements to provide national service in conjunction with partners' global footprint.
"Our customers can make unlimited calls to anyone, any time while they're in our local calling area," said Atwood. "They'll also have peace-of-mind knowing their cell phone will work across the country."
Heading into the holiday shopping season, the year's busiest sales period for the wireless industry, Long Lines plans to add to its growing customer base by offering exclusive promotions.
"Customers will be able to compare us to the competition and see they're saving money," confirmed Atwood. "We want the people of Vermillion to know we are the best value in wireless."
After one year in the wireless business, Long Lines Wireless has over 12,000 customers. Its parent company, Long Lines, has been in business since 1941 and provides telephone, Internet, and cable TV to over 100 communities in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
The Long Lines Wireless retail store is located at 916 Cherry St., Suite B. Dakota PC, an authorized Long Lines Wireless retailer, is located at 1216 East Cherry St., Suite 103.