June 22--LEWISTON -- Inland Cellular customers will now be able to access high-speed 4G LTE services because of a recent agreement with
Inland Cellular announced this week they would have the ability to roam on Sprint's Nationwide LTE network as part of Sprint's Rural Roaming Preferred Program. In addition to accessing LTE services, Inland customers will also be able to access a wider range of wireless devices under the agreement.
"We are excited about the direction in which Inland Cellular is moving," said Chip Damato, Inland's director of business strategies. "Our subscribers are our primary focus, and this new relationship will give our customers competitive high speed services across the nation, enabling them to experience all of the features and benefits available in a 4G LTE environment."
The agreement will benefit both current and future subscribers, he said in a statement.
Inland has partnered with Sprint for many years to provide coverage, but this new agreement provides for faster data service and the latest devices.
Inland Cellular has been providing nationwide voice and data services since 1990. They have retail stores in Washington in Moses Lake, Walla Walla and Dayton and in Idaho in Lewiston, Moscow, Orofino and Grangeville.
- Staff report