A tower with no Antenna

by OW
(GA USA)

I have a cell tower on my property, but there has never been an antenna on the tower, for 8 years. Recently, Another company contacted me to build another tower on my property. However, I have language in my current contract that states I cant have another tower on my property that would compete. If no antenna has ever been on the current tower would I be in breach of contract if I allowed another tower to be build. 2 years ago, My current tower company told me my tower was going to be taken down. They tried to hard pressure me into allowing them to keep the tower up 2 more years at no charge and I told them no, take it down. I haven't heard anything else. Since there is no antenna on the tower, it seems to me there is nothing to compete with, but they do still pay rent. Would I be in Breach?

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