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Qwest Tower, Loveland

My first addition. Hope it's all right. I'm not as knowing as others here about cell towers, but thought it would be fun.

Qwest Tower, Loveland
Studogvetmed, Mar 10, 2006
Location / Street Address:
5400 Garfield
Landmarks or cross street:
Hwy 287
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
    • JFB
      Studogvetmed - glad you are jumping in. Just enter the data if you have it; the picture is most important. You can always add (or edit) any information about a tower later.
    • ShoresGuy
      Do you know if this site is still active? Some of QWest's sites have been dismantled in markets like Salt Lake City.
    • Studogvetmed
      Hmm... Good point, not sure but I think this tower does correspond to a tower on Sprint's tower map.... I thought since they were the same network perhaps this tower reacts to sprint? Not sure.
    • Andy
      Sprint picked some of the former Qwest cellsites to add to their network, but of the left over Qwest sites now belong to Verizon Wireless.
    • Andy
      The panels themselves haven't actually been dismantled yet. The equipment has been dismantled from most sites that I've seen a few months ago.
      Verizon is, though, building an equipment shelter at a former Qwest site, and is apparently starting to add former Qwest sites to their network...pictures to follow. :)
    • ShoresGuy
      Good :), we need to see some pics of the former sites.
    • larry
      Sprint actually picked up a good number of Qwest's sites in Colorado as part of the network sharing agreement. But the ones they didn't want were supposedly sold to Verizon.
    • Andy
      And I thoguht that the ones that Sprint picked were still available for Verizon to also put their equipment to??? Do you know anyting about that, Larry?
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    Colorado (CO)
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