An almost ubiquitous assumption made in the stochastic-analytic approach to study of the quality of user-service in cellular networks is Poisson distribution of base stations, often completed by some specific assumption regarding the distribution of the fading (e.g. Rayleigh). The former (Poisson) assumption is usually (vaguely) justified in the context of cellular networks, by various irregularities in the real placement of base stations, which ideally should form a lattice (e.g. hexagonal) pattern. In this paper, the authors provide a different and rigorous argument justifying the Poisson assumption under sufficiently strong lognormal shadowing observed in the network, in the evaluation of a natural class of the typical-user service-characteristics (including path-loss, interference, signal-to-interference ratio, spectral efficiency).