The Federal Communications Commission website contains lists of registered antenna structures across the United States, including cell towers. Alternatively, CellReception.com combines a list of FCC-registered towers wit... More »

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AT&T has cell towers in most of the United States' largest metropolitan areas, such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and Houston. AT&T also has cell towers in Philadelphia, Miami, Atlanta, Boston and Washin... More »

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Depending on the potential customer's location, there may be excellent cell tower coverage, nonexistent coverage, or anything in between. Cell reception depends upon easy communication with towers, but it is financially ... More »

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AT&T has cell towers in most of the United States' largest metropolitan areas, such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and Houston. AT&T also has cell towers in Philadelphia, Miami, Atlanta, Boston and Washin... More »

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Locate nearby cell towers by using locator websites such as AntennaSearch.com and CellReception.com. Knowing the location of a tower allows the owner to point the antenna in the most useful direction and identify the bes... More »

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To find cell towers, visit AnetannaSearch.com, fill in your address, and submit your search details to view nearby cell towers on a map. The site displays the existing and future cell towers within 3 miles of the specifi... More »

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The Federal Communications Commission states, "Cellular or PCS cell site towers are typically 50-200 feet high." Cell phone towers can exist as stand-alone structures, or an antenna can be attached to water towers or the... More »