I own rural property in florida

by Tammy
(South Florida)

I own 5 1/2 acres in Florida near the NE tip of Lake Okeechobee. I get decent cell phone coverage with AT&T, but when my son has visited me he can't get a signal, he has another carrier. Several years ago, I signed up with AT&T for a two year contract for internet service. The service was for a plan where I could get internet access with my laptop anywhere I went via a thumbdrive type thing I had to plug into my computer. My connection was so bad at my own place of residence that after 4 months, they let me out of the contract. My neighbor had some other internet provider, and he got bad service. My point is, there is a great need for better coverage out here from any provider. I only use about 2 acres of my property, therefor, I have extra property I could lease out. It would be awesome to make some extra money, but I would not want to be taken advantage of Do I need an attorney and your services, or do you take care of righting the lease agreement as well as negotiations?

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Jul 09, 2013
Tell AT&T To Improve Their Network
by: Tower Genius

Sorry about the poor cell and data service. You need to tell AT&T to stop selling smart phones in areas where their cell towers don't work. Maybe that will get their attentions.


Caller: Hello... my cell phones don't work.

Carrier Customer Service Rep: Yes, we sell phones.

Caller: I know you sell phones. You sold me a cell phone.

Carrier Customer Service Rep: Are you sure it is powered on and the phone is working properly?

Caller: Yes, I am calling you from (this piece of junk... crackle, crackle, static, inaudible) cell phone that you sold me last week.

Carrier Customer Service Rep: Have you tried powering the phone on and off and removed your battery?

Caller: I told you this is a brand new cell phone, and your coverage is worse than the Economy. I have to stand outside on the left corner of my porch to make a call. I can barely get reception now. (crackle and static, fades in and out) Don't you have a new cell tower in town? I thought you built one about 15 years ago.

Carrier Customer Service Rep: Have you considered our Family and Friends Data Roaming Share Plan?

Caller: Look here Bud, my smart phone barely works and it's costing me a lot of money, what are you going to do about it?

Carrier Customer Service Rep: For just $10 more we can give you unlimited Talk and Text with your Five BFF's after 10PM on Weekends.

Caller: Sigh...


We don't write the cell tower leases, we simply right the wrongs that the carriers try to impose on the majority of landlords in these deals.

Go to the top left side of this website, click on the button that says "Get A Cell Site". You will find the contact information for AT&T's real estate group that builds and operates their cell tower network.

Good luck.

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