Jamestown Spectrum Store To Relocate

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JAMESTOWN – The City of Jamestown’s Spectrum Store will have a new location starting May 16, 2019.

Spectrum Employees were handing out flyers announcing the news to customer Wednesday.







“She (a Spectrum representative) said you won’t be able to pay a person, you will have to pay a machine,” said Ben Pollaro, a Spectrum customer. “A lot of times when you pay your bill and you have a quick question you have to sit in line for two and a half hours.”

The flyer said the store will be moving from their current East Second Street location to 901 Fairmount Ave., West Ellicott, next to the current Verizon Store.







“Our all new Spectrum Store is set to open in Spring 2019,” the flyer read. “You’ll experience all of the best that Spectrum has to offer; TV, Internet, Voice and now Spectrum Mobile.”

Last July, the company launched its new wireless service dubbed ‘Spectrum Mobile.’













Spectrum Mobile gives users the choice between a low-cost, $45 unlimited plan or paying by the gig for an unlimited talk and text plan for $14 per gig of data, which is two dollars more expensive than Xfinity Mobile, according to the Stamford, Conn.-based company.

The service, according to Spectrum, also lets users change their rate plans any time at no additional cost, and offers the “most popular” mobile devices with interest-free monthly installment plans.

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2 Comments

  1. I tried to take advantage of this program – I have Spectrum for all my other needs…but the catch is – you have to buy your phone from them at I think $700.00. You can’t use your current phone..just letting you know.

  2. Not a very convenient location for people in Jamestown. Why does every business move to Lakewood? It’s a shame soon we will be a ghost town.

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