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call list of mobile number Towers and Mobile Phone Masts
« on: September 13, 2021, 02:35:33 PM »

Is it a cactus? A palm tree? A water tower? call list of mobile number No! It's a cell phone tower! That's right! Cell phone towers today are being disguised in subtle ways unheard of just a few years ago. See a grain silo? Or a church steeple? You guessed it. It could very well be a cell phone tower.  call list of mobile number  There's even a cell phone tower that looks just like a lighthouse. never mind that it's over two miles from the ocean. But don't let the pretty and ingenious disguises fool you. There is a real and present danger lurking behind the mask of these innocent designs. call list of mobile number Why the disguises? Obviously, for aesthetic reasons.

The cell phone companies don't want to make call list of mobile number their neighborhood friends upset. They want to blend in. So they blend in while they blast your home and neighborhood with toxic electromagnetic radiation. Cell phone towers, sometimes called masts, or mobile phone towers, weren't an issue years ago when they were few and far between. One could often drive miles call list of mobile number and miles through the countryside and never see one. They were few in number and were only found in obscure locations and seen only on an occasional hilltop. Today cell phone towers have increased dramatically in number. There are now more than 1.9 million call list of mobile number towers and antenna towers spread throughout the U.S.

They are now found on churches, call list of mobile number schools and firehouses as well as being seen on the rooftop of buildings everywhere. Did you know there is even a cell phone tower near Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park? Can't sleep well at night? It may be that there's a call list of mobile number tower close by. Just why would a mobile phone tower be placed on a church, school or firehouse? Why would school boards and churches agree to this? Money. It's that simple. The mobile phone companies will pay these organizations, and individual property owners, call list of mobile number handsomely to install their equipment on their properties. This "rent money" call list of mobile number can range from a few hundred dollars a month to several thousand dollars a month.
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