by John
(Lock Haven, PA 17745)

I have been working w/Verizon on the rental agreement for my building.Verizon has plans to install a single mini tower w/two heads at the rooftop. We are located in central Pa in a small town of 15,000 people. Currently we are at an offer from Verizon for $500 a month with annual 2% increase each year. They have already had engineers on site 3 different times exploring my building and have begun advertising in our local paper that they are installing a site in my building. Do you consider this a fair offer? I am at $575 a month with a 3% annual increase.

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Mar 26, 2015
What type of cell site installation?
by: Stephen

John are they installing a small / mini cell or is it a 12-antenna 4G / LTE macro site? They are very cheap when it comes to micro cells, and we generally tell landlords it's not worth the hassle for that small amount of money. You can make more by having a hot dog truck lease space 1 day a week.

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