Lease Administration for T-Mobile USA

by Dave
(NJ)

I have a copy of a lease for a in NJ. As the municipal engineer, we need to repaint the water tower that the cell panels are mounted on and, of course, we need to contact carriers to take down and put up their panels. The only contact number I do not have is for T-Mobile, any chance someone knows a phone number?

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Dec 04, 2015
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Try this email or google T-Mobile Towers.
by: Stephen

Dave, try their NOC 888-218-6664 or email them at PropertyManagement@T-Mobile.com , good luck.

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