The advent of small cell technology is beginning to influence the land rental rates of the cell tower. Small cells, such as microcells and femtoscopic cells, are beginning to become a more advantageous option for mobile operators, as they are more efficient, less expensive and a little easier to implement in a multitude of locations, especially in urban areas, where freed spaces are becoming scarcer by the day. There are several types of cell tower leasing to consider and each of them is worth a different amount of rental fees to property owners. Like the two types of leases mentioned above, tenant leasing occurs when a developer wishes to install transmission facilities on structures that were not originally designed for mobile connectivity (. B, for example, water towers, billboards, electric pylons, etc.). Why the big gap? Leasing rates for cell sites vary according to several variables. Small cells called individual antennas or duplexes were introduced by Verizon Wireless in the third quarter of 2013 in New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, California and Virginian Markets. Tower Genius received almost immediate calls from owners who sought advice and instructions on what to do now that Verizon Wireless wants to install a single antenna installation on their roof. Most of the questions were like, in reality, 5G networks will jump about as fast as a snail. And while in 20 states there are laws that streamline the process of authorization and provision, the public outcry has created some chaos and this is the possibility for owners who might want to get a small 5G cell site on their property. then… To be totally honest and transparent, we really don`t like small antennae. We abhor them.
You are a pain in the back to negotiate for the owners. They are worth much less than a lease of macrocells to 12 conventional antennas, but they include the same amount of work to complete them. If the carriers can use hundreds of thousands of them, as they have talked about, we will probably hang our hats and buy the night truck we dreamed of. But where it`s chaos, there`s a chance. Be sure to talk to Tower Genius about what we can do for you. And by 2021, carriers are still struggling to find takers for small cells. We wish them good luck, we hope that they will realize that they still have to pay a fair market price for the privilege of renting roofs that are not based on the number of antennas or prices per square meter, as is the case with normal commercial real estate – or so they would like you to believe wrongly.