One of the people who fell for this cell site leasing ploy were not naïve in the ways of business. In fact they were very savvy real estate developers who assumed they could trust the charming young woman who was handling things for the cellular tower company. They signed a very detailed document that locked them into a deal where the carrier could impose their will on the owners. I am sure that Ms. Charming got a nice fat financial incentive for taking advantage of this overly trusting property owner. This mistake cost them over 趚ꯠᇸ dollars in lost revenue, over a thirty year period, that they would have gotten if they were properly informed prior to executing their cell tower lease.
One party can be found to have accepted the other party's terms by its conduct, but such conduct must be clear (looking at it objectively) with the intention to accept those terms; simply taking physical delivery of the goods is not enough; Where parties have not agreed which set of standard terms applies, the only inference that can be drawn is that, the contract was made on the basis that neither set would apply.