When is it a good idea to accept a bonus payment to leave cell tower equipment on roof.

by Wanda Castelo
(Englewood )

Received letter that Sprint/T-Mobile will cancel their lease April 18. This was a 25 + 1 year lease. New lease from last year states that they have to take equipment off of roof. Will they attempt to pay bonus not to take off roof? And if so why would this not be a good idea to take?

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Mar 21, 2022
Great question Wanda...
by: Stephen

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