Would like to lease my AT&T Tower to Cell Company

by Mike
(Allons, Tennessee )

I own a tower that was built and owned by AT&T at one time. The tower is located in Allons, Tennessee of Overton County. There is hardly any service in this area, as well as dead zones, therefore I think it would be a great place for a tower, due to the fact there are many unsatisfied customers. Could you tell me what steps that I could take in finding a cell phone company that may be inerested, or for that fact anybody that this may benefit for a lease.

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Feb 12, 2012
What happened?
by: Tower Genius

Do you know why AT&T left the tower? Sometimes on rural cell towers it is a good idea to contact local or county agencies to se if they'd be interested in leasing tower space. Even local cable TV companies may be interested in placing a microwave dish there.

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