Crown asks court to rule on California county’s unlawful node application fees

In a U.S. District Court of Western California filing, Crown Castle requested that the court restrict Santa Barbara County, California from charging "unlawful, unreasonable and excessive fees" in order to deploy wireless infrastructure within the county’s rights-of-way. Crown Castle requests that Santa Barbara County adhere to the FCC’s fee structure of $500 for non-recurring fees.

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Planned pole could help provide 5G service to the area

Crown Castle will install a new 33-foot pole in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. A public notice from Crown Castle invited comments from interested parties on the proposed action on any districts, sites, buildings, structures or objects significant in American history, archeology, engineerin...

Crown Castle Joins 5G Americas Board

5G Americas, the wireless industry trade consortium and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, announced the election of Crown Castle to its Board of Governors. Crown Castle will join 16 of the wireless industry’s leading operators and manufacturers who are essential to the d...

Crown Castle expects ramp in small cells in backend of 2020

Following Crown Castle’s fourth quarter 2019 earnings call, analysts found its small cells and tower businesses should increase over the year now that the T-Mobile and Sprint merger has solidifed. "…we anticipate a significant increase in industry activity in second h...

Pittsburgh Updates Its Infrastructure in Preparation For 5G

WESA reported on an interview with Crown Castle Public Affairs Manager Renee Morales, detailing the benefits of small cell deployment to bring 5G networks to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Some studies point to as many as 300,000 small cells will be needed across the nation to compete...

Three Cell Tower Companies Become the Hottest Play in Real Estate

The Wall Street Journal reported that three publicly listed cell-tower companies, Crown Castle, American Tower and SBA Communications, rallied last week after a federal judge cleared the T-Mobile and Sprint merger. "Each gained more than 4% on Feb. 11, the day of the judge’s...

5G and the T-Mobile/Sprint Merger How They Are Related and How It Impacts You

EconoTimes reported on the various ways the T-Mobile/Sprint merger will impact the wireless industry and the rollout of 5G networks, noting that the merger will increase network spending in line with Verizon and AT&T, which would result into an immediate boost to revenues for ...

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