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Might not be the best thread for this, but if anyone is searching for small cell permits be sure to keep an eye on these DBAs for Mobilitie:

 

Interstate Transport and Broadband

Utility Pole Authority

CA Transmission Network

Telemobilitie 

NC Relay Technology and Networking

 

source:  https://medium.com/@omarmasry/a-brave-new-world-for-cell-antennas-in-california-39d864a876d4#.y25f67j0d

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Might not be the best thread for this, but if anyone is searching for small cell permits be sure to keep an eye on these DBAs for Mobilitie:

 

Interstate Transport and Broadband

Utility Pole Authority

CA Transmission Network

Telemobilitie

NC Relay Technology and Networking

 

source: https://medium.com/@omarmasry/a-brave-new-world-for-cell-antennas-in-california-39d864a876d4#.y25f67j0d

Been awhile since I've been around here but figured if come catch up as we just had a few poles installed by mobilitie here and the permit showed telemobilite I believe... They initially threw a cell up on a 80ft pole but it's being relocated after some complaints on location and will be a 50ft pole now... I'll snag pics when I go by it again.

 

Had initially assumed it was VZ LTEU testing as I get good service where this pole is covering already.

 

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They initially threw a cell up on a 80ft pole but it's being relocated after some complaints on location and will be a 50ft pole now... I'll snag pics when I go by it again.

 

The early round of "we're going to build it and you're going to like it" didnt always work out for Mobilitie.

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The early round of "we're going to build it and you're going to like it" didnt always work out for Mobilitie.

I'm surprised the city got mobilitie to move the pole location and also make it smaller at cost to mobilitie... Mobilitie claims the new location will offer same coverage but I just don't see how that's even possible...

 

Oh well we shall see... Surprised to see Sprint moving in here as it's also a dark spot for VZ as well and the hood has been complaining to VZ for awhile now.

 

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Oh well we shall see... Surprised to see Sprint moving in here as it's also a dark spot for VZ as well and the hood has been complaining to VZ for awhile now.

 

 

I can't speak for other areas, but in LA Metro Verizon has mostly placed its small cells in more heavily trafficked areas that seem to benefit VoLTE.  Maybe Verizon isn't finished (is any carrier ever finished?), but so far Mobilitie seems to have more small cells in low-traffic areas than Verizon.

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