HOW MANY CELL TOWERS

VERIZON NOW HAS A TOWER ON MY PROPERTY. CAN I LEASE ANOTHER SECTION OF THE PROPERTY TO ANOTHER PHONE COMPANY?

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Feb 16, 2013
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I CAN'T HEAR YOU NOW
by: Tower Genius

Sorry I didn't want to yell. Why would you want to build another tower? Did Verizon build their tower or did Verizon put their antennas on your tower? What does your Subleasing paragraph say in your lease> Does Verizon have the right to sublease to other carriers within their footprint? How big is their leased area? 100' x 100' or is it smaller? Please call us.

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