cell tower lease 50 year buyout

by Don
(Holden MA USA)

We have three contracts on our facility. If sprint merges with T-Mobile (we have a contract with both), does that necessarily mean we will lose one of the contracts? Or, will they still need both for capacity issues. Sirius merged with XM years ago, and they are still two separate companies (I assume because of technology differences). Do those same technology issues exist with cell towers?

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Sprint and T-Mobile
by: Stephen

I can't imagine the government will allow additional consolidation between the major carriers. What you need to look at is the changing technology and fiberoptic advances. Call us to discuss your buyout proposal.

Steve
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