Kenai Peninsula residents and visitors now have more options to stay connected. With its recent network expansion along the Kenai and new retail store in Soldotna, Verizon is serving customers where they live, work and play.
Verizon has made a significant network investment in Alaska by adding 45 new cell sites along the Kenai Peninsula, from Seward to Seldovia.
This new infrastructure expands Verizon’s 4G LTE wireless network coverage and increases capacity in the area so residents and visitors can connect with the people and information that matters most to them.
To better serve customers on The Kenai, Verizon has partnered with Victra, a Verizon Authorized Retailer, to open a new retail location at 44604 Sterling Highway in Soldotna, Alaska. The store is open Monday-Saturday 11 am to 7 pm and Sunday 10 am to 6 pm, and is staffed with tech experts to assist customers with Verizon’s products and services, including the latest smartphones and accessories, wireless plans like myPlan, and more.
“Our customers deserve the world-class network and customer experience Verizon is known for across the US,” said Steven Keller, Market President – Pacific at Verizon. “With this investment in our network and retail distribution, customers on The Kenai will be able to connect from more places than ever before.”
In addition to this new store, customers can always visit www.verizon.com or use the My Verizon app to purchase devices and accessories, learn more about myPlan and get their questions answered. For a full list of Verizon store locations and hours, or to virtually connect with a Verizon representative with video assist, please visit www.verizon.com/stores.