Getting a cell tower on our property

by Peggy H.
(Brooklyn, Michigan USA)

We would like to see about getting a cell tower on our property. It is an area where calls are frequently dropped. We have 40 acres and it is very high hilly land. It would be a perfect site for lower Michigan. We have been Alltel customers since 2002 and thinking of switching. Our whole family which includes 15 cell #'s.

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Aug 25, 2010
Cell phone tower on your property
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