Cell tower carriers

by Hak
(Los Angeles, CA)

I had t-mobile and Metro pcs cell towers on rooftop of my building. After the merger of two companies, Metro PCS cancelled leases and withdraw their equipments. I would like to find other communication companies for a new contract. How am I supposed to do?

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Feb 16, 2015
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How to "Get a Cell Site"...
by: Stephen

Unfortunately you can't just replace them like a battery. You need to contact Sprint, Verizon and AT&T directly. There is a button on this website on the top left corner among the navigation buttons that says "Get a Cell Site". You will find links there to all the carriers and should be able to contact their network real estate departments. All carriers are working to add capacity to their networks. The worst of the 3 potentials in Los Angeles is Sprint. they need to add HUNDREDS of cell sites in LA just to stay competitive, so you might want to start there.

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