T-Mobile Cell Tower construction after AT&T merger fell apart

by Jonathan
(New York)

Now that the AT&T T-Mobile merger is dead and not moving forward can we expect T-Mobile to start moving forward on old cell towers they signed lease options on but never moved forward in zoning?

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Dec 21, 2011
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T-Mobile should be jump starting their cell site build program again...
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

We expect them to do that in many cases. There is always a chance that a new Radio Frequency Engineer may be assigned to a specific area and may not go forward with a site... but in most cases they will.

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