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battleop

join:2005-09-28
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reply to telco_mtl

Re: Rogers uses Fed Regulations to Screw People

Nope. I have a friend who's dad and two brothers were offered $4500/mo for something like 20 years by Nextel. Nextel did everything including installing a 3 carrier tower. If they add more carriers they get a cut of that as well. They separated the land the tower was on from everything else to that the had the option to keep the cell site if they decided to sell the business and the building. When they all retired they did just that. The sold the restaurant and the building and kept the cell site's income.
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BliZZardX
Premium
join:2002-08-18
Toronto, ON

Do they pay 4500/mo even in low density "suburbs" / borderline rural areas?



battleop

join:2005-09-28
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I have no idea.



BryceS

join:2007-09-17
Vanier, ON
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reply to BliZZardX

said by BliZZardX:

Do they pay 4500/mo even in low density "suburbs" / borderline rural areas?

Usually you get a quadruple play (only two cellphones) bundle for $0 and nearly every channel on TV plus about $150/mo.

This is what it is for a farm out near Woodstock, ON, from the big 3. My friend has a Rogers tower on his land. This is a big tower that you could almost BASE jump off of.