Makes Its Extensive Databases Freely Available to the Public

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Anyone can now find out the location of existing, hidden and future cell phone towers with just a few clicks. AntennaSearch has placed over 1.7 million detailed location and ownership records on cell towers and other antennas across the US and territories online and free of charge. announced today that it is making its 1.7 million record database of existing, hidden and future antenna towers freely available to the public. This includes the entire US and its territories. All consumers need to do is enter an address to receive detailed location maps and owneship information on existing, hidden and future antenna towers.

"This type of information has never been made available in such a large scale to the general public," said Alfredo Osorio, AntennaSearch CEO. "Whether you are trying to determine cell coverage for a given carrier, evaluating a home purchase in an area where a tower will be built or simply want to be appraised of new tower construction near schools and other critical areas, the information should be easily and quickly available to all."

AntennaSearch scans are delivered online and include:

-- Detailed street level maps noting the location of existing, hidden and future antenna towers.

-- Extensive information including names, addresses and contact emails for tower and antenna owners.

-- Detailed descriptions of tower and antenna structures including height, structure type and usage.

Access to this information on is free, and does not require any personal information.

For more information, or to run a free AntennaSearch scan on a specific location, visit

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