Cell phone towers are constructed using steel shaped in a pole or a lattice. These towers house radio transmitters and receivers that allow communications to transfer between phones and towers. The radios are connected t... 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 »

Type in your street address, city, state and zip code at AntennaSearch.com. It has detailed information on over 1.9 million towers and antennas in the United States from the Federal Communications Commission. More »

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Hearing-impaired cell phones work either by amplifying the sound from the earpiece or having compatibility with a hearing aid. Amplified hearing-impaired cell phones make hearing sounds easier, while hearing aid-compatib... More »

The *67 method of blocking one's number from being recognized by a caller ID function does work on cell phones. It functions the same way on a cell phone as it does on a landline phone. More »

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Cell phone data plans are usually broken into different tiers, meaning the more data that is included in the plan, the more expensive the monthly cost, although some plans also offer a limited amount of free data per mon... More »

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Prepaid cell phones are cell phones that do not require a contract but do require the user to purchase services in advance. Cellular providers offer prepaid services, including talk minutes, text messages and data usage,... More »