Approval has been given for 26 mobile phone installations in Jersey. Only one application for a site in St Lawrence was refused.
A scrutiny investigation into any health implications is continuing
Planning Minister Freddie Cohen granted permission for the sites on the day a six-week moratorium came to an end.
The installations include seven new masts and 19 replacements or additions to existing masts.
The permission is on a temporary basis with installations subject to removal if negative health effects are proven.
The moratorium was imposed following health concerns raised by residents.
In October, 150 people attended a public meeting in Grouville to protest about the siting of some of the masts.
A States scrutiny investigation into potential health implications of mobile phone masts is continuing, with islanders invited to contribute to the debate.