at&t lease in NY


I have already signed the first lease for 1 year. Then AT&T put it on hold in the last step. Is this the end of the deal or If they cancel the lease can I offer it to another company because the last permit was about to be issued. AT&T SAID THEY ARE JUST PUTTING EVERYTHING ON HOLD IN NY.

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Jul 23, 2011
at&t lease in NY
by: Anonymous

Sit tight... They put many of thir sites on hold. You should see renewed interest by next spring.

Jul 20, 2011
What AT&T cell tower build program?
by: Tower Genius

Sorry to hear about the site not moving forward. AT&T is doing a lot of 4G upgrading of their cell sites in the big city markets currently. I guess when you are spending $63 zillion dollars on buying T-Mobile in order to eat the competition, sites like yours are of less importance to them in the short term.

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