carriers no longer own their own cell sites, they rent them from tower
and site companies. Also, there is extensive site
sharing among carriers and other communications facilities. These links
help you narrow down locations of nearby cell sites.
- AMERICAN TOWER
They just own towers. You can't
tell who is on it, if anybody.
of sites, requires registration and data may not include which carrier
is on which tower.
is the new tower division of Comcast cable. They have a large number of
actual towers across the US that are being made available to various
wireless services, especially broadband. Unfortunately, we can't get
their web site to work properly and the only information we can find is
the location of the towers they own, if it doesn't crash your computer.
is an easy site to navigate. They show existing sites as well has some,
including buildings, that are available for new installations. They
usually list the carrier that uses the site.
of wireless sites in WI. They have no identification of any cellular
- SBA TOWERS
More towers for rent. Yes, many
with nothing on them.
- SKYWAY TOWERS
maps let you click all over the country, but their sites are located in
only a few states. There's no information of what is located on their
- TARPON TOWERS
Tarpon has a handful of towers and cell sites across the US.
Their web site is fairly easy to use and they ask for free
registration. There is little or no information about what is
located on their sites.
have over 3000 sites in 47 states and multiple ways of looking up their
locations. You can't tell what is located on each tower, however, you
might if can qualify for an account.
sites searchable by different criteria. They describe the site but do
not share which carrier is located there. Most recently purchased
hundreds of US Cellular towers and all CIG Wireless sites.