Verizon Wireless upgrading to fourth-Generation Long Term Evolution (LTE)

by Kathryn
(California)

Verizon is expanding my dad's cell site to provide 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) and they informed him that they need his approval. Should he give them this consent or will they move to another location if we don't allow them to upgrade the site? They won't be taking up additional space but it seems to me some additional compensation would be fair.

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Mar 07, 2013
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by: Jane (Tower Genius)

Kathryn,

To provide proper guidance we would need to ask you a few questions, review the lease and then take a look at the site from a RF engineering and land use perspective. We do these studies all the time and have never lost a site for a landlord... and we have maximized their deals whenever possible.

Give us a call for a free consultation. Thanks.

Jane
Tower Genius 888-313-9750

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