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New Spectrum Store Opens in Glendale’s the Shops at Atlas Park

Spectrum has opened a new Glendale location at the Shops at Atlas Park. (Charter Communications)

Dec. 6, 2019 By Allie Griffin

Spectrum has opened a new Queens location in Glendale at the Shops at Atlas Park, the company announced Thursday.

The new store, located at 80-28 Cooper Ave., Suite 6-112, provides customers with easy access to learn more about Spectrum’s video, internet and voice services and the new Spectrum Mobile in person.

Customers can shop for the latest mobile devices, activate and sample Spectrum services, exchange equipment and manage their account payments and upgrades at the Glendale store.

“Our new Spectrum stores provide an updated design and enhancements for showcasing innovation across the full suite of Spectrum services,” said Pattie Eliason, Group Vice President, Spectrum Stores. “Our representatives will show customers the latest advances in technology — including our exciting new Spectrum Mobile options — help them become familiar with using it and put together just the right package of Spectrum services for their home and family.”

Spectrum has opened a new Glendale location at the Shops at Atlas Park. (Charter Communications)

The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The company recently opened another Queens location at 71-40 Austin St in Forest Hills in October.

Information on Spectrum store locations can be found online along with more information about Spectrum products and services.

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