Electricity

by Kelly
(Newport, RI USA)

Does T-Mobile pay for electricity for rooftop antennas?
How much electricity would they use a year?

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Oct 28, 2014
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by: Tower Genius

It's tough to say. They don't readily share that information with anyone. Most sites are metered separately and T-Mobile would have a direct meter. If that's not possible they can install a sub-meter. You don't want to be the one running around having to front T-mobile's electrical bill and chase the reimbursement. They can use between $100 to $500 per month of power depending on location. Also keep in mind that electrical prices in the Northeast can be steep.

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