Cell phone antennas on roof across street

by Tom C.
(Hoboken, NJ)

An apartment building across from ours has antennas on their roof. Should I bother with trying to get them to look at my building or am I too close? We are both about 44' elevation. I think the antennas are Verizon Wireless antennas.

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Could be a good site Tom
by: Stu

Tom - it could be a good site even if they have 2 or 3 carriers up there. There are 4 or 5 carriers in most areas. If you are at the same rooftop height and there are no obstructions blocking the "view" then it could be a good site for another carrier. If you're in a densely populated area then even if there is another cellular location as close as a half mile away they will need more sites eventually, so it may be worth looking into. Good luck.

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