Cellphone Treemasts

Van Mensvoort
June 10th 2006

Mobile phone operators go to extraordinary lengths to conceal the masts that form their networks. They are being disguised as chimneys, clocks, drainpipes, telegraph poles, and even trees. The UK has already deployed many of these trees in national parks, and the first Dutch tree mast is placed in Bloemendaal. The trees are twice as expensive as traditional phone pylons.

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