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This tower had Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless located on it.
Wow that is funny mobil get it hahaha
Lol, ryan, good one.
I only see one set of panels on the top of the tower...where is the second carrier's equipment?
I don't know. Maybe it only has Verizon's equipment on it, but both of my phones were getting a full signal when we were even with the tower and there were not any other towers around for miles.
So maybe I am wrong, but how was my Tracfone getting a full signal when I didn't see any other towers around for several miles?
Doesn't Tracfone use Verizon's network in certain areas? Perhaps this was the case here.
Or maybe there's antennas hidden in the Mobil sign?
Go Mobile with Mobil LMAO
I don't know....maybe.
But my Tracfone was a GSM only one.
It could have been. I am not sure.
There are too many mobil(e) words in that sentence...lol!
Field test would have answered that question for you
If you have that possibility on your phone, Netmonitor or Field Test for most GSM phones is hard to come by these days. Come over to Germany with your E815 and I can already predict what results you'll get : 0 dB with 0% signal strength and all the other info will displays 0s .
Wow! I didn't know that....j/k....