Wednesday, November 01, 2000
Island Tel Mobility, an Aliant company, improves cellular service for Montague
Charlottetown, PEI (October 31, 2000)-
Island Tel Mobility today announced the completion of a cellular site that will improve analog cellular service to customers in Montague.
“We are pleased to announce that we have erected a cell site in Montague to upgrade the quality of cellular coverage in the town and immediate vicinity,” said Aliant Mobility president, Roxanne Fairweather. “With this new site in place, Island Tel Mobility now operates 18 cellular service sites on Prince Edward Island, including one that provides digital service in Charlottetown.”
Island Tel Mobility recently celebrated its tenth anniversary of serving Prince Edward Islanders.
“Island Tel Mobility is dedicated to providing excellence in wireless communications to the province,” said Ron Waite, Aliant’s regional vice-president for PEI. “The company's networks provide high quality, integrated cellular telephone, paging, and private mobile radio systems and services.”
This leading edge technology, combined with a strong commitment to the people and province, has allowed Island Tel Mobility to remain the leading provider of wireless services on the Island, Waite said.
Island Tel Mobility is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aliant Inc. (TSE:AIT). The Aliant group of advanced technology companies and its staff of over 10,000 professionals delivers full service, integrated solutions through its core lines of business: wireline and wireless telecommunications, information technology, remote communications, and Internet-based business solutions. From its base in Canada, Aliant serves consumer and business customers worldwide. For more information, visit Aliant at www.aliant.ca
For further information contact:
Kathryn London, Marketing Public Relations Manager
Bob Kelly, Public Relations Manager