cell tower customers

by Joel
(port lavaca, tx,us)

how do I know who the customers are on my tower?

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Electircal meters
by: Stephen

Joel...

You can call the tower company and ask. Sometimes they will tell you.

Count the number of active power meters that are active.

Carriers are usually separated 10 feet vertically. So you can sometimes figure out how many tenants you have that way.

Ask the technician next time you see them on the tower.

Call your building inspector or better yet, bring him a donut and ask them to see the file. See who has pulled electrical permits.

Sometimes the equipment shelters or cabinets are labeled.

Hope that helps.

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