Approached by Tower Company for Land Lease

by Phil R
(Palm Coast, Florida)

How many antennas does each company need on the tower to service their customers? I assume 360 degrees, and how many companies can share a less than two hundred foot free standing tower? There is flat land for over 50 miles in any direction.

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Feb 16, 2013
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Don't get sucked into a per antenna lease rate
by: Tower Genius

Are you trying to determine a price based on the number of antennas? If you are that is a bad idea. Also basing price on square feet is a bad idea. Most carriers will put up 9 antennas on a tower but that will vary depending on what their network needs are.

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