If you’ve been trying to convince a cellular company for a tower lease agreement without avail, you’ll be glad to know that there are several other non-cellular companies that also depend on towers for their communications.
We recently received an email from a client asking if there are other options available and we thought it is the best time to reveal this information for all of you. We have a list of many non-cellular companies that lease towers and it can be found at the bottom of this post.
First, you need to understand that a typical cell tower is constructed and operated from within your property with a focus on leasing space and the tower cellular provider. However, there are many other companies that provide communication services to various businesses or direct customers that also actively require lease space for their towers.
To find out about these companies, we dug deep in the cell tower lease database of companies that were non-cellular tower leasing companies.
We have listed these companies below and you must know that this is a non-exclusive list and includes only companies that were recently added to the database – there are several other companies out there that lease towers.
If you’re a cell tower owner seeking to increase the revenue from a tower, you should actively market your property to all types of companies, cellular or non-cellular. At Tower Genius, we have actually signed leasing agreements with a handful of tower leasing companies that were non-cellular to begin with and the prices were typically very lucrative.
The towers that are installed by non-cellular companies usually include a broad mix of tenants types including many like them in the list. In fact, there was an active tower buyer who primarily focused on buying towers that were not cellular. So without further ado, here is the list of non-cellular companies that lease towers.
Non-Cellular Companies That Lease Towers
- In-air internet
- Public school microwave connections
- Department of Justice
- First Net
- Homeland Security
- National Weather Service
- US Armed Services
- Wireless backhaul providers
- High-frequency trading microwave providers
- County Public Safety
- Fire Departments
- State Department of Transportation
- Agile Networks
- King Street Wireless
- Rise Broadband
- Skyriver Communications
Need Help With Tower Leasing Agreement?
Tower leasing agreements are not very easily understandable especially if you are a landowner who is trying to lease your property to a tower leasing company for the first time. There are many legal and business terms that you may not be aware of.
And there is always a significant chance that the leasing agreement may not be paying you enough monthly rent for your property’s worth. If you have never dealt with a tower leasing agreement, get in touch with Tower Genius Today.
We are America’s premier wireless cell tower leasing consultant with 48 years of wireless cell tower leasing experience and over a thousand cell site rates successfully negotiated. Talk to us today if you have been approached by a tower leasing company for a lease agreement and we may be able to strike the perfect deal for you on your behalf.