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Topic # 114645 26-Feb-2013 14:56 Send private message

Saw some panels ontop of the newly refurbed Meadowlands Shopping centre. All 3 telcos have cells in the immediate vicinity so unsure whose they are. Anyone know?
Pic to come..

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  Reply # 770522 26-Feb-2013 14:57 Send private message

Could be the U900 panels for Vodafone 3G Dual carrier

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  Reply # 770540 26-Feb-2013 15:21 Send private message

Or the LTE 1800 panels ready for the Thursday announcement :)




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  Reply # 770562 26-Feb-2013 15:44 Send private message

Right you gents are, they wouldnt be located or existing Panels replaced on the tower across the road?
I'll try and get a picture tonight.

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