Sprint's new Network Vision base stations go up in San Francisco
Jun 12, 2013 10:08 PM -
On the roof of a medical building in San Francisco, Sprint Nextel has a cell site that's far above the cramped canyons of the city's streets, but despite the wide-open views, space is limited.
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