Shenandoah Telecommunications reported that first-quarter 2013 revenues jumped 10.4 percent to $76 million with increases in both wireline DSL subscribers and cable RGU counts.
Tier 2 and Tier 3 operators such as U.S. Cellular ( NYSE:USM ), Shenandoah Telecommunications and Alaska Communications revealed the latest expansions to their LTE footprints during first quarter earnings calls. These small operators are in a rush to expand LTE coverage to keep up with their Tier 1 counterparts.
How different are broadband subscription prices among U.S. wireline providers? With the continuing competitive challenges brought by cable operators, a key metric of choice among telcos like AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon and other independent incumbents is in how they price their services. ( Image source: iStockPhoto )
Shenandoah Telecommunications Company, an Edinburg, Va.-based independent telco and cable operator, will equip Rural Retreat in Wythe County, Va. with fiber to the home this fall.
Sprint Nextel regional affiliate Shenandoah Telecommunications confirmed that it launched LTE service in around 56 markets in the Mid-Atlantic, expanding Sprint's LTE footprint by roughly 735,000 POPs. Separately, Sprint confirmed that it launched LTE service in 11 more markets in the Northeast and Midwest, bringing the number of LTE markets it operates to 43.
Shenandoah Telecommunications (Shentel) reported on Friday that Q3 2012 revenue was $72.9 million, up 16.3 percent over Q3 2011 due to strong gains in both wireless PCS and cable RGU counts, combined with increases in the monthly revenue per customer across all segments.
Shenandoah Telecommunications reported steady wireline revenue and an increase in the number of DSL customers during the second quarter of 2012, even as the company continued to add voice customers to its triple play voice, video and data cable broadband package.
Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) signed an addendum to its affiliate deal with Sprint Nextel ( NYSE:S ) that gives it access to additional 1900 MHz and 800 MHz spectrum in exchange for
Shenandoah Telecom (Shentel) (Nasdaq: SHEN ) has been tasked by Page County, Va. to build a middle mile fiber network to provide services to area businesses and other service providers. Stretching
On Thursday Virginia-based Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) is going to buy the North River Telephone Cooperative in Mount Solon, Virginia. Terms of the deal were not announced at this