Does anyone know if there is a site that shows you all of the mobile phone mast locations. sitefinder.ofcom.org.uk used to be great, but it has not been updated since May 2012.
Sitfinder stopped being useful when T-Mobile and Vodafone won some court decision. Three and Orange were still providing data until Orange and T merged to form EE. O2 provides data on their own map/coverage site.
The networks consider the information commercially sensitive as to where their exact masts are.
If looking for 4G, get a Moto G 4G on a prepay SIM, and install one of the apps that lets you set it to LTE only mode (4G) and do a nework search. At home I get EE and Three, and in the office I get EE only showing up.
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