Sprint paying $800 per mo. for stealth pole (repeater site)

by Kimberley
(Chandler, AZ 85225)

We have a stealth tower and receiving $800+ per mo. from Sprint with a 3% increase per year. It's 52 ft. high. It's a repeater site right now but it is an essential one for them. Is the rent in the ballpark?

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Apr 25, 2015
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by: Tower Genius

What do you mean by "repeater pole"? If it's a stealth / disguised site then it's probably undervalued. Especially in a big town like Chandler. Is it up for renegotiation soon?

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