A network with no towers

How the Finnish Shared Network has flourished with no proprietary passive infrastructure

Read this article to learn:

  • How the Finnish Shared Network rollout was planned and executed
  • Which functionalities are kept in house and which are outsourced
  • How the Finnish Shared Network uses existing infrastructure to provide a first class customer experience
  • What makes the Finnish Shared Network’s operating model unique
  • The potential for a new tower owner to enter the market

Joint ventures (such as MBNL or CTIL in the UK, TT Networks in Denmark or Net4Mobility, SUNAB and 3GIS in Sweden) are usually created to increase efficiency, reduce costs and, in some cases, create access to spectrum. The recently completed Finnish Shared Network was built to improve network capacity in rural areas, manage costs and…

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