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    Cool t-mobile tower locations

    Anyone want to look for T-Mobiles' tower locations? The site just went live in the past couple of days.
    T-Mobiletowers.com
    Enjoy!!

    oops see it is already posted....
    Last edited by tdw; 12-12-2002 at 07:00 PM.

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    where's california?

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    california is not on there because T-Mobile does not operate a single cell site in the state of california.
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    on account of their arrangement with cingular?

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    This site is NOTHING special.

    As was mentioned in a previous thread, this site's database does not contain even 20% of the towers T-Mobile uses. In my city, T-Mobile has 8 cell sites, and that site doesn't even list any towers in a 50 mile radius of me. None of the towers/sites here are owned by T-Mobile, they are just leased.

    I've found that in Indiana they host the majority of their antennas on American Tower sites (http://www.americantower.com/OASISPu...te/default.asp) or on Crown Castle (http://siteloc.crowncastle.com/sitemaplocator.serv), and a few other miscellaneous sites such as on water towers and smoke stacks.

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    well, the website isnt exactly for us consumers to try to find out where t-mobiles towers are. it's for other providers interested in co-locating.




    Originally posted by synapse
    on account of their arrangement with cingular?
    yep

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    Now on the American Tower site, I found a tower that shows it should be about 200 yards from my aparment. Well, I get 1-2 bars in my room, so I guess its not a T-Mobile tower right. knowing that there is a tower so close, how do I get T-mobile to use it. I'm trying to be proactive here

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    Originally posted by jdavid
    Now on the American Tower site, I found a tower that shows it should be about 200 yards from my aparment. Well, I get 1-2 bars in my room, so I guess its not a T-Mobile tower right. knowing that there is a tower so close, how do I get T-mobile to use it. I'm trying to be proactive here
    Just because there is an American Tower site doesn't mean it has T-Mobile antennas on it. American Tower does other stuff such as microwave and other miscellaneous radio stuff as well.

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    Originally posted by dougm
    Just because there is an American Tower site doesn't mean it has T-Mobile antennas on it. American Tower does other stuff such as microwave and other miscellaneous radio stuff as well.
    and of course service other providers.


    Originally posted by jdavid
    Now on the American Tower site, I found a tower that shows it should be about 200 yards from my aparment. Well, I get 1-2 bars in my room, so I guess its not a T-Mobile tower right. knowing that there is a tower so close, how do I get T-mobile to use it. I'm trying to be proactive here
    thats probably not going to happen. if you already get 1-2 bars at your house they probably aren't going to bother co-locating on that tower...

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    Originally posted by schark
    and of course service other providers.



    thats probably not going to happen. if you already get 1-2 bars at your house they probably aren't going to bother co-locating on that tower...
    Find out if there is an area near enoguh to you that gets NO sginal or a signal that is very unreliable and then call and complain about that area...they might better cover your area by placing a signal for there.
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