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What network would this monopole be from?

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
It's an older one which is no longer here however there is one that looks identical to it in harden. The one in harden says T-Mobile which made me think that but there's also a lattice near that one , about 20Metres away so its hard to tell.

 

GavinAshford

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It look like it could have been be an Orange/T-Mobile single band site. Looks to be pretty much the same as the Alifabs Styrosun on Peter's site halfway down
Top middle, just without the MW dish:
singles.jpg


If it's no-longer there then I'd think it probably got consolidated when they merged and they chose the better of the two sites near eachother to keep (the taller/higher lattice on the top of the hill), or that was done when MBNL redeveloped the site (and moved to the lattice then).

I don't think there'd be a way to know which provider (Orange or TM) the site was for now that it's been removed.
Looking on cellmapper it seems that both EE and Three sites have been positioned on that monopole but their coverage polygons suggest that they should be positioned at the lattice just to the south.

If your other site says T-Mobile then that one sounds like it would have originally been that, but will now be EE (with, or without Three, depending if there's been significant changes to it).
 

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
It look like it could have been be an Orange/T-Mobile single band site. Looks to be pretty much the same as the Alifabs Styrosun on Peter's site halfway down
Top middle, just without the MW dish:
singles.jpg


If it's no-longer there then I'd think it probably got consolidated when they merged and they chose the better of the two sites near eachother to keep (the taller/higher lattice on the top of the hill), or that was done when MBNL redeveloped the site (and moved to the lattice then).

I don't think there'd be a way to know which provider (Orange or TM) the site was for now that it's been removed.
Looking on cellmapper it seems that both EE and Three sites have been positioned on that monopole but their coverage polygons suggest that they should be positioned at the lattice just to the south.

If your other site says T-Mobile then that one sounds like it would have originally been that, but will now be EE (with, or without Three, depending if there's been significant changes to it).
Thanks for the reply. I thought it was originally Tmobile as the orange coverage in the village was a lot better than the T-Mobile coverage so sounds like it should have come from the lattice up the hill. The lattice doesnt look anymore like it does on Google maps, it's had a huge upgrade to 5G and is now in the same style as the mast seen on Peter C's video about Caremony Hill in Ireland (the three one of course)
 
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