What provider is on my tower?

by Karl
(Los Angeles)

I initially contracted with T Mobile to put a cell site on my property. They sold the site to Crown Castle. My contract says that only T-Mobile can use the site unless they pay me for more users. How do I know how many users are using my tower?

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Oct 28, 2013
It is very simple...
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

You can look at the meter bank at the site as the local power company most likely has the carriers on separate meters and they usually identify each carrier by placing their name below the meter.

You could also call the town building department to see how many permits have been issued for the site and what carrier applied for the permits.

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