Polo Park store embodies a renewed focus on the customer experience
WINNIPEG, Sept. 18, 2015 /CNW/ - (TSX:MBT) MTS, Manitoba's leading full-service information and telecommunications provider, today unveiled a new flagship store at Polo Park. The store is designed based on customers' feedback, and is a fully-integrated part of the MTS customer experience.
"Our customers asked for an MTS store that is open and inviting, interactive, and comfortable," said Jay Forbes, CEO of MTS. "Everything here has been designed with the single purpose of making the experience as easy and enjoyable as possible for our customers."
The store features interactive display areas that allow hands-on demonstrations of MTS products and services, and how those services work together. In addition to being able to upgrade to a new Smartphone, subscribe to Manitoba's leading internet services or check out MTS Ultimate TV, customers can get support for all of their MTS services at the new customer service area.
"The associates in our stores are dedicated to helping our customers," added Forbes. "They will be your trusted guides in a mobile and completely interconnected world."
For more information about MTS stores, please visit www.mts.ca/
About MTS Inc.
MTS is Manitoba's leading communications company, connecting people and places with wireless, high-speed Internet, TV, home phone and security services. MTS also offers a full suite of business solutions, including information technology, data storage and cloud computing through EPIC Information Solutions and MTS Data Centres. Founded more than a century ago and deeply rooted in the community, MTS provides grants, scholarships, sponsorships and volunteer support to youth-serving organizations across the province through MTS Future First. MTS is wholly owned by Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (TSX: MBT). For more on MTS's products and services, visit www.mts.ca.
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SOURCE Manitoba Telecom Services Inc.