renegotiating a lease term for a tower with 12 years left

I am currently receiving $650 PER MONTH. AT&T s new agents want me to renew my lease with 12 years left.

They are offering me $800 with a cash payout of $6,000 as a single payment. The tower is a free standing one about 50 miles from Jacksonville Florida in Putnam county.

A friend of mine just signed a lease with another carrier at $1150 very close to mine.

Is this fair?


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Always counter offer!

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