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Verizon wants to place tower on my property, should I ask for free cell phone service for the family?

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Ask Verizon for a free AT&T Phone that works better at your property.
by: Tower Genius

Verizon stopped the questionable practice of offering free cell phone service to cell tower landlords. They found it much more straightforward to offer them bottom shelf basement busting offers instead.

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