A tough year for the Mexican tower industry

While expectations were running high, a lot of BTS business remains on hold in Mexico

Read this article to learn:

  • The current state of play in Mexico: from AT&T to Telesites
  • Can all the BTS players survive another slow year?
  • What all the latest changes mean for the local tower industry
  • New investments aren’t enough to improve QoS
  • The 700MHz shared network: dream or reality?

In just over a year, Mexico has witnessed some crucial changes that have completely reshaped its telecom tower industry. From the creation of Telesites and its debut on the Mexican stock exchange to AT&T’s acquisition of Nextel, Iusacell and Unefon, expectations for an exciting year were flying high in 2015, but trading conditions over the…

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