DISH, nTelos bring fixed mobile broadband service to Va. towns

07/17/2014 | Telecompetitor.com

DISH Network and nTelos have officially launched fixed wireless Internet service in Virginia, offering download speeds up to 10 megabits per second in five towns using the regional carrier's cache of 2.5 GHz spectrum. Subscribers will pay $30 a month for the service as part of a bundle that includes DISH's satellite service and DISH technicians will install the high-gain antennas.

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