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Parts of Ntelos and/or Shentel territory now appear on Sprints Map: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/4897-lte-ntelos-west-virginia-nw-virginia-not-network-vision/page-18&do=findComment&comment=304900

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Martinsburg is Shentel territory. There's been LTE there for over a year now.

 

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Martinsburg is Shentel territory. There's been LTE there for over a year now.

 

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Thanks for the correct Sprint affiliate, although Ntelos also sees it as part of its area.

 

Was it previously reported on Sprint's Network Enhancements and Upgrades page?

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The following map is from Ntelos's presentation at the Raymond James Institutional Investors Conference on March 4, 2014:
 
Ntelos Strategic Network Assets.JPG
 

The following map is from Shentel's presentation for Shenandoah Telecommunications Call to discuss Amended Sprint Nextel Agreement on Feb 6, 2012:

 

Shentel Network Overview.JPG

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I checked out network.sprint.com just now and didn't see any markers in nTelos or Swiftel areas. Just Shentel areas. But they have been in Shentel areas since November 2012. The Sprint coverage maps have always shown nTelos, Swiftel and Shentel.

 

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I checked out network.sprint.com just now and didn't see any markers in nTelos or Swiftel areas. Just Shentel areas. But they have been in Shentel areas since November 2012. The Sprint coverage maps have always shown nTelos, Swiftel and Shentel.

 

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Thank you for clarification.  Was hoping this indicated greater cooperation or service.

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