Existing Cell site in Peru

by David
(Orange, California)

Hi, my father in law resides in Chorrillos Peru (inside Lima), and has a tower (I think NexteL), but unfortunately had an agreement for the past 10 years for only $400/month. By his good nature, he was seriously taken advantage of I am sure. There is now a need to renew the agreement, and they have declined $1500 / month.
Can somebody provide some advise, or suggestions that will help me leverage my father in laws position?

Thanks,
DJ

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Tower in Peru or California?
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Where is the tower located, in Peru or in California? You want to make sure that you do not negotiate yourselves out of the deal.

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