Contacting tower company to look at my property

by William Owen
(Tuckasegee, NC )

How do you get a cell tower company to look at your property? I own a mountain top that you can see parts of three states from, it would be a great tower location if I could only get some one to look at the property.

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You need to provide the location
by: Tower Guy

You need to tell the carriers and tower companies the location. Get them the latitude and longitude. This site has links on one of the navigation areas on how to get a cell site.

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