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Whats the best way to understand the mobile phone infrastructure in my local area?

I'm looking to understand independently which provider could offer the best service.
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This is a website I have used in the past.  You can see the Towers & Signal Map

http://www.cellreception.com



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JC
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then, lookup DeadCellZone.com to see the other half of the story.
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http://www.cellreception.com is an interesting site but a little out of date.  We have a cell tower right next to our housing development that has been there for close to 10 years and yet it does not show on their map.  AT&T's site does show the tower.

I can't seem to get deadcellzone.com to return any information so can't comment on it. It may be because of our content filter.
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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
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