ATT Wireless Cell Tower Lease Review and Negotiation Assistance
By Steve Kazella
Have you been contacted about an ATT Wireless Cell Tower Lease by the carrier or one of their consultants?
After selling off thousands of it's towers to Crown, AT&T is aggressively upgrading their existing cell sites especially on rooftop sites, expanding capacity and coverage, plugging in holes and coverage gaps in their network that have developed due to the marketing and sales success with the iPhone and other smart phones. While cell phone tower build programs crawled to a stop back in 2010 and 2012, they have been showing signs of life again in 2014 and 2015. You simply can’t grow a wireless network and add thousands of users weekly without adding more cell towers and cell sites.
Imagine AT&T’s signal as a large pizza. Every time someone joins AT&T they use up bandwidth and the bandwidth (coverage area) shrinks surrounding that cell site. When you are at a party, and more people arrive and grab a slice of pizza, the pizza shrinks, and eventually you need to call for another pizza delivery. The same holds true for AT&T subscribers. The more AT&T customers there are added to the network, the smaller the amount of bandwidth that there is available, and the greater the need for more capacity 4G cellular sites. Lots of additional equipment and modifications need to be added to their existing towers as well, and landlords can easily be stuck trying to figure what their site are worth, and wonder if they are getting a fair deal from AT&T?
Let Airwave Management Help You With Your AT&T Lease Agreement:
• AT&T Cell Tower Lease Reviews
• Cell Site Equipment Upgrades, Expansions
• AT&T LTE 4G Amendment Consulting and Review
• Negotiating AT&T Cell Site Upgrade for 4G LTE Rooftop sites and Cell Tower Upgrade Amendments
• Expiring Cell Site Leases
• AT&T Cell Tower Lease Negotiations
• AT&T Cellular Lease Buyout Offer Analysis
• AT&T / Black Dot Rent Optimization Questions
• AT&T Cingular Lease Extensions or Renewals
• Cell Site Valuation of AT&T tower and rooftops
• Emergency Generator addition to comply with "Federal Mandate"
If you’ve been approached by AT&T Wireless about them leasing space from you for the construction of a cell tower or rooftop antenna cell site lease, we’d like to help you with your cell phone tower lease review and
AT&T cell site lease
negotiations. We review and negotiate ATT Wireless cell tower lease agreements and assist building and land owners in maximizing the profitability of their rooftop AT&T cell sites.
Additionally, there are several firms that regularly contact property owners with cell tower ground leases or rooftop antenna leases formerly with Cingular or now with
to "guarantee" their rent and protect them from "tower consolidation" or to
"optimize their leases".
This is nothing short of snake-oil sales. If you are being harassed and need help, let us know.
AirWave Management is neither an agent, sub-agent, re-seller, contractor or sub-contractor for AT&T Wireless or any other wireless carrier. We are an independent wireless telecommunications consulting firm that provides property owners with wireless lease review and negotiation services. If you need to contact the carrier directly about your ATT Wireless cell tower lease, please visit their website.
Calling Airwave Management For A Quick Assessment Of Your Cell Tower Or Cell Site Lease Doesn't Cost Anything. Not Calling Us Could Cost You A Small Fortune.
888-313-9750 or 855-4-CELL-TOWER
We help landlords and property owners in the USA maximize cell site lease values and get the best possible terms on cell tower lease agreements, lease extensions, 4G and LTE upgrades, lease amendments and lease buyouts with Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, SBA, Crown Castle and American Tower.