Fiber access to properties and buildings is the foundation for all high speed telecom services including Internet Services, wireless services, 4G, 5G, DAS and WIFI6. Property Owners need to control fiber access to obtain fair future rents for telco operations in and on their properties.
Great article recently in the Economist on the challenges Telus and Bell face in Canada with all their Huawei equipment. An alternate software system for hardware named “OpenRAN” is described. Perhaps a savior for the Canadian cell industry and property owners with Telus, Bell, Freedom and Videotron sites. How will this affect rents? Give us Read more about 5G and Hauwei – will it change cell rents in Canada?[…]
The cell industry has been leasing sites for over 20 years across Canada. The cell leases used by most carriers such as Rogers, Telus, Bell and WIND are full of elements that put the landlord at a huge income disadvantage. Most established leases fix rents to CPI or the lowest comparable that the cell providers Read more about Landlords Biggest Mistake – Lease Extensions[…]
Shaw buys Wind, Bell Buys MTS – Opportunities for Landlords This means new sites, new equipment, new licensed antennas and new opportunities for landlords. Expect to see a lot of activity in BC, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. Telus is now looking for more sites in Manitoba. Why – Telus sites will now carry Bell as Read more about Shaw buys Wind, Bell Buys MTS – Opportunities for Landlords[…]
There is a fascinating dynamic tension between wireless telephone service providers and the governments that regulate their activities — particularly local governments that find themselves up close and personal with voters. Right now both Rogers and Telus are proposing new cell tower sites in response to complaints from their subscribers that there are gaps in Read more about You need those unsightly towers to use your cellphone[…]