Monday, January 12, 2009

MetroPCS trouble adding cell sites thru Massachusetts

Here is an article from the Lawrence Eagle Tribune regarding MetroPCS (along with TMobile) trying to add a cell site in a church steeple in North Andover, MA. They are trying to rapidly build out their network, and may be finding that with five other networks already built up here in Massachusetts, it's not as easy to find towers with space available on them. The article mentions that the flagpole antenna at the Stevens Estate (Osgood Hill) is full, I have pictures of that site here.

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Blogger Unknown said...

If these cellular licenses became available they would certainly be purchased by companies looking to break into the wireless telecommunication industry. It would create more competition in the wireless industry, and lead to the lowering of prices which is a benefit to the consumer, and stimulate the economy by creating more jobs in the wireless infrastructure industry through the development of additional cell towers and rooftop cellular communication sites.

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