New ways meet old ways in a tobacco field off Barbee Street extension in Zebulon, N.C., where Skyway Towers recently erected a 195-foot-tall monopole cell phone tower on land owned by Ann Fowler. The tower is said to boost cellular reception for T-Mobile customers in Zebulon, and possibly for customers of other carriers in the future.
New ways meet old ways in a tobacco field off Barbee Street extension in Zebulon, N.C., where Skyway Towers recently erected a 195-foot-tall monopole cell phone tower on land owned by Ann Fowler. The tower is said to boost cellular reception for T-Mobile customers in Zebulon, and possibly for customers of other carriers in the future. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
New ways meet old ways in a tobacco field off Barbee Street extension in Zebulon, N.C., where Skyway Towers recently erected a 195-foot-tall monopole cell phone tower on land owned by Ann Fowler. The tower is said to boost cellular reception for T-Mobile customers in Zebulon, and possibly for customers of other carriers in the future. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com

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