Cellular, PCS, and mobile relay antennas supported by self-supporting tower originally built to support microwave antennas.

Hooper, Utah, 2002

This tower supports cellular, PCS, and land mobile antennas. It was was originally constructed by MCI to support microwave antennas for its long distance network; however, like AT&T, MCI has replaced most of its microwave network with fiber and dismantled its microwave network. This tower was originally taller; only the bottom 100 feet stands today.

This tower is located on property owned by the City of Hooper, and managed by by Prime Communication Sites LLC. The mobile relay antenna (top of the tower, right leg) is the city's base station.