Do you have questions about your Sprint cell tower lease agreement? When T-Mobile merged with Sprint they left a lot of landlords wondering how the merger will impact their cell tower lease rental income? And what impact will the merger have if your Sprint cell tower lease is now owned or managed by American Tower, SBA Communications or Crown Castle?
Many Sprint cell tower ground leases and Sprint rooftop cell site lease agreements that will be coming up for renewal in the next few years will probably left to expire if they are not decommissioned sooner, once Sprint and T-Mobile figure out how to combine their networks. This will impact some tower companies much more than others where they have both Sprit and T-Mobile located on the same tower. Similarly those landlords with both Sprint and T-Mobile will likely see one of the two lease being terminated. Fortunately a new carrier DISH Wireless will need 20,000 new cell sites to catch up, so they could be needing your site.
As of 2021, neither Sprint or T-Mobile have figured this out. You could easily be collecting Sprint rental payments for a few more years. Time will tell.
If you are contacted by a 3rd party with a proposal concerning your Sprint lease agreement, we urge you to get in touch with us so we can analyze the offer or proposal and look at how your site.
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Tower Genius is neither an agent, sub-agent, re-seller, contractor or sub-contractor for Sprint PCS 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 please visit their website.
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