You WILL work as a tower technician. It is an incredibly rush, you spend each day hundred of feet in the air on a cell phone tower; hanging lines, antennas, radios, building them from the ground up is all part of the job. It will be in like anything you've ever done and it is somethimg only a select few have the ability to face.
This job is an adrenaline junkies dream, but it has many drawbacks. Many guys there are stuck at the starting pay rate ($14) for YEARS. Management has no accountability and no one in the office has any concept of what they are asking of their men because they have never climbed a tower. You will work year round, in the rain, ice, snow, scorching sun, in 40mph winds that fight you at every turn. A dropped tool will kill someone. There is no bathroom at 400' (obviously). Your tear ducts will freeze in the winter, and in the summer there is no shade above the trees. You WILL be anywhere from Indiana to Pennsylvania to Kentucky, you will never know how long your days will be or where you will end up. You will work 7 days a week through the holidays, you will not see your family.
The job is great, but the company makes it horrible. There are many other tower companies that will pay you better, give you more affordable insurance, match your 401k, give you more than a week of PTO, and will offer actual raises. Don't work for Telcom, shop around to find a better company.
Poor pay with rare and small raises, expensive insurance, very little PTO, no advancement.