Why is Damage Prevention so important?
NEARLY EVERY MAIN TOWER on a mobility network is hard wired to the next. So it’s always funny when a cable repair crew is on site working hard to restore services, and someone drives by to complain that their cell phone doesn’t work?
What do we rely on the wireless network to do for us?
Did you know?
In 2010, there were 35 million miles of Fiber Optic Cables buried under the ground in the United States.
There are approximately 5.9 Billion Wireless customers in the World, growing every day. That is 87% of the world’s population.
30% of the world’s mobile users live in India and China.
The average cost to bury Fiber Optic cable in a rural area is $75,000 per mile