If you live in Princeton and notice that your cell phone coverage has gotten worse, you are not alone. Many residents and people who work in Princeton have seen a decrease in call quality and an increase in dropped calls in the last few months.
Town officials are not aware of any changes in cell tower configurations in Princeton in recent months but said today they will look into the issue. Verizon customers in particular seem to be experiencing poor service in Princeton.
There are 50 cell towers and 237 antennas located within four miles of downtown Princeton. Most high cell towers in Princeton are located in the northwestern area of Princeton (see cell tower map above). The municipality also owns a tower at the former borough hall. Most of the other towers in town are medium towers under 200 feet. Wireless carriers often lease space from cell tower companies for their own antennas instead of managing the towers themselves.
Have you noticed a decline in cell pone call quality in Princeton lately? Share your experience in comments.
If you would like more detailed information about cell towers and antennas near you, you can look up your address on Antennasearch.com.