Cell tower land lease

by Pitch
(Inkom, Idaho (Bannock County))

I live in a mountainous area in Idaho about 8 miles from the nearest tower, and interstate 15. Nobody throughout the canyon receives signal for their cell phones nor can they get Internet service without paying higher prices through individual servers. I have offered Verizon a spot on the highest point of my 3.5 acre land, which would cover most, if not all, the area throughout the canyon. What would be the best rate for this type of lease?

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Apr 18, 2016
What did they say?
by: Stephen

They are not going to pay much if they decide to build a tower there. FYI... carriers in Idaho like Inland Cellular often pay landlords a whopping $100 per month, or $1200 annually for having a cell tower on their land. Try to look at the benefit of having the canyon covered from the perspective of safety and improved emergency response times.

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