Wireless Improvement Plan to Benefit Vail Residents and Tourists

Early last year, Vail began the process of improving its wireless infrastructure in order to solve connectivity issues with its residents. During the 2012 holiday season there was a major cell equipment overload, sparking the need for local enhancement. Many residents and visitors experienced dropped calls and generally poor service. “Throughout the course of 2013, the town hammered out a service agreement with Crown Castle, a cell tower leasing company, for an upgraded antenna system in town. AT&T was the first client on the system, and in November of 2013 announced that it had begun providing 4G LTE cell technology — the latest version of wireless voice and data service,” states Vail Daily.

As the town of Vail has only seven of its planned 23 cell towers constructed, many property owners are still in need to lease their land. Property owners approached by the telecom or tower companies to utilize their land must seek proper counsel prior to signing any agreement. A property owner’s first step will need to be to establish “True Value” of its site and go from there.

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