I went to an area on I-15 today and noticed that Sprint has decommissioned their one panel that used to face south on a Crown Castle tower that used to give coverage up and down I-15 from South Santaquin (Rocky Ridge area) to Mona, Utah. Service by the tower is now at -104 and there are areas with no coverage along I-15 now from South Santaquin to Mona. Why would Sprint decommission a cell site they desperately needed? There are no new towers going up in this area and there is nowhere else for Sprint to co-locate on to gain coverage back. FCC ID# 1216124 Just for reference, Verizon Wireless and at&t mobility are on this Crown Castle cell tower and even while Sprint had their one panel up on the tower, there was plenty of room for more carriers to co-locate. This is an important area with a lot of traffic along I-15 going from Salt Lake City/Provo to Saint George and towards Las Vegas. Sprint now has a rather large area of unreliable service with some no-service spots. Pictures are attached for your viewing pleasure...this is what the installation used to look like before it was taken down. These pictures were taking at the end of June. In between then and now, the panel was decommissioned.