Need help replacing AT&T Tenant

by Doug
(Whippany NJ)

I hope you can help....I have / had an ATT tower on my property Crown Castle just canceled my lease and moved the antennas ...I have an approved tower without a carrier.....any ideas of who / how to market the tower to other carriers ?


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Apr 24, 2015
Crown's competitors.
by: Wade Sarver

Crown's competitors include American Tower, SBA Towers, TowerCo, and TowerCom. I am sure there are many more, don't be afraid to use Google to find more.

Editor's Note: Thanks Wade, been reading your blog for years. Steve K.

Apr 23, 2015
Contact their competitors
by: Stephen

It's a dog eat dog world in the cell tower industry. Contact Crown's top competitors and tell them you have a tower that AT&T abandoned to move to a nearby site. American Tower or SBA Communications may be willing to work with you.

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