Getting a tower

by Rachel
(Burnsville, NC )

We live in a rural, mountainous area of western North Carolina and nobody has cell service where we are unless they have WiFi, and then you're limited to the range of the WiFi signal, which is usually just the home itself. How would we go about contacting a company like Verizon to see if they'd be interested on putting a tower on our land?

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Jan 24, 2018
Send a letter your Congressional representative, and copy the FCC and copy President Trump
by: Stephen

There is going to be a push for rural wireless infrastructure construction under the Trump administration. Start locally with your local county and write your Congressional representative. Tell them you need better service. Start at the grass roots level and have a petition for example signed by a few dozen or few hundred of your neighbors.

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