A guide to the Thai telecom tower market

AEC Advisory maps the shifting landscape as Thailand’s BTO regime gives way to a new era of tower companies

Read this article to learn:

  • How the concession / BTO regime has hampered the development of Thailand’s telecom and tower markets
  • What we know about the structure of the three towercos which are set to resolve ownership disputes
  • Factors affecting the valuation of Thai towers
  • Co-location to date, the impact of current and future spectrum availability on demand for towers
  • The availability of fibre and grid power in Thailand, including the opportunity for renewables

As Build Transfer Operate (BTO) agreements conclude, Thailand appears to be on the brink of resolving long standing tower ownership disputes through the formation of what is likely to be three groups of tower companies. TowerXchange connected with AEC Advisory Co-Founder and Managing Director, Dominic Arena, who has extensive experience of working with operators, investors…

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