Cincinnati Bell's online wireless coverage map indicates the company's 4G mobile network covers the cities of Cincinnati, Hamilton, Reading, Loveland and Blue Ash in Ohio, as of 2015. Cities in Kentucky covered by the 4G network include Florence, Independence and Fort Thomas.
Ohio cities with Cincinnati Bell's 3G mobile network include Dayton, Kettering, Springboro, Vandalia and Oxford. The 2G mobile network, the largest of the local wireless networks, includes the cities of Springfield, Urbana, Mechanicsburg, Troy and Sidney in Ohio. Several smaller cities in Kentucky and Indiana have 2G coverage provided by Cincinnati Bell. The roaming 2G network extends to the rest of the United States.
Cincinnati Bell has eight stores in the area, including one in Florence, Kentucky. Five stores are in Cincinnati, one in West Chester and one in Lebanon in Ohio. Customers may schedule an in-store appointment and find store locations on the Cincinnati Bell website. Customers can change the drop-down menu to Cincinnati Bell Payment Center and click Search to find dozens of payment centers throughout the Cincinnati area.
Cincinnati Bell was created in 1873 as City and Suburban Telegraph Company. As of April 2015, the coverage area includes 2,400 square miles in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. The company's headquarters is located on Fourth Street and Walnut Street in downtown Cincinnati.