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Did you know from 2003 to 2013, cell site locations have nearly increased by 50%? We’re living in an ever-growing tech world. A study done by researchers at Pew Internet concluded that American’s have a wireless addiction. 91% of American adults have a wireless phone, and 29% of wireless owners describe their phone as “something they can’t imagine living without.” With the industry that I’m in, unfortunately I have a constant need to grab my wireless devices too.
How about this interesting fact: There are roughly 21 cell sites to every McDonalds in America! And 91% of people say cell service is as important as deodorant and more important than TV and coffee….wow!
As our need for wireless networking grows, so does the need for infrastructures to transmit our texts, social media shares and more.
What does that mean for us? More and more cell phone towers are being created to keep up with the demand, but that doesn’t mean they need to be seen. Actually, 7 out of 10 homeowners are concerned with the appearance of the cell towers. However, we have the right to request for existing and new towers to be concealed or disguised. Yes, it’s true!
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