AT&T sellout to Crown Castle

by Joetta
(Arkansas)

I am the landlord of one of AT&T's towers in Arkansas. What will mostly likely happen to my lease? When Cingular was bought by AT&T, the lease was assumed by AT&T with no renegoitation. Is that likely to be the situation now.

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Oct 29, 2013
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by: Sean (Tower Genius)

We would need to ask you a few questions to provide you with an answer. Our fist consultation is free and unlike some of our competitors we do not hard sell anyone. if we can help you.... we will.

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