Lease rate for AT&T Cell Towers in Springfield Arknasas

by Joyce
(Springfield Arkansas)

I am writing to see what the cell tower lease rate is for Springfield Arkansas. The AT&T representative is telling me that it is $500.00 per month. I am being told that the lease rate run around $1,900.00-3,000.00 in this area.

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Aug 29, 2013
Did Slick Willie from Tennessee tell you that?
by: Tower Genius

Please call us, we can give you a better idea of what the site is worth. Values are always determined on a site by site basis.

There are some so called "wireless industry experts" who claim to have a "plethora" of experience in the cell tower leasing industry, but they have no idea what a plethora is.

Please call us. It could be worth $500 or less, or double or triple that amount.

Tower Genius

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