Press Release

March 15, 2010 – Twin Valley has announced the launch of Twin Valley Wireless Service. Twin Valley’s nationwide wireless (cellular) service is now available. Customers can switch from their existing provider and keep their same wireless number.

Twin Valley has been quietly working to bring wireless services to their customers for nearly two years. The company has faced various set backs, but through dedication and hard work of their employees can now provide what no other carrier in Twin Valley’s footprint can; all four major communication and entertainment services on one bill from one company. Customers can subscribe to discounted bundles of landline telephone, ultra high speed Internet, Digital TV with HDTV and DVR, and nationwide wireless service.

“We are the only carrier in our service area that can offer our customers a bundle of services that includes the four major communication and entertainment products,” said Ben Foster, President and COO. “When consumers subscribe to these products from Twin Valley versus multiple carriers they will see significant savings every month. Customers also avoid the hassles of dealing with a different company for those same services. Now they can walk in to a Twin Valley building and talk face-to-face with people they know and trust about all their services,” said Foster.

Twin Valley also has new mobile-to-mobile bonus which provides free calling to more than 85 million wireless subscribers nationwide. Twin Valley Wireless customers will be able to make free calls to all other Twin Valley Wireless customers, all Verizon Wireless customers, all Wamego Wireless customers and all Blue Valley Wireless customers. The free mobile-to-mobile calling requires a minimum plan subscription of 300 minutes.

“We’re proud to have the ability to provide our customers a wireless service with, in our opinion, the best mobile-to-mobile bonus in the nation. With a minimum plan subscription our customers will have the ability to make free calls to more than 85 million wireless phones across the nation. No other carrier in our footprint offers such a diverse free calling bonus,” said Foster.

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