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The Daily Mississippian - Cellular service back
"Our goal for the next week in south Mississippi is trying to restore coverage to the major thoroughfares, streets and roads," said Jana Latour, a spokesperson for Cellular South."The second phase will be to restore service to every building and neighborhood."Latour
said they have already gotten into the second phase of restoration in Jackson.
"In Jackson and areas above we have already established the initial phase and we're working on [the] second phase," she
Cellular towers failed during Hurricane Katrina for a variety of reasons.
"It was several factors going in.The water was a major issue, but the wind was also harmful because of downed trees and power outages," Latour
WINS - Cellular South Carves Out a Niche in Dixie
"We give you the freedom to use your cell phone like you want to use your cell phone," said Jana Latour, director of marketing for Cellular South.
In the News | Cellular South
"What we've seen and heard in our retail stores is teens and college students are selling their parents on text messaging, and parents are quickly seeing beyond the social benefits to the extra safety measures and convenience that text messaging provides for the whole family," said Jana Latour, Cellular South director of advertising and marketing.
"Listening to music is just as important to teens today as it has been for past generations," said Latour
,What a triumph for Memphis to attract such a talented young player,, said Jana Latour, director of marketing for Cellular South. ,These early commitments solidify a stellar line-up of players for the 2005 tournament.The talent this contest brings in is really a testament to the quality and caliber of this tournament.We,re so pleased to continue to be a part of this tournament,. Mac Winker, tournament Owner, echoed Jana,s Latour,s comments about Vaidisova by stating ,not only is Nicole a champion in the making, but what a beautiful person, both inside and out.,
Roaming teens a challenge for parents, educators - The Clarion-Ledger
"The main one we've heard about is out-of-control phone bills," said Jana Latour, director of marketing and advertising for Cellular South in Jackson.
And their parents, who were once oblivious to the practice, are now hopping on the text messaging bandwagon so they can communicate more frequently with their teen, Latour
"It was originally concern that prompted them to buy the cell phone," she
said, adding that every cell phone can access 911.