Aggregating a broader typology of assets

How recently acquired FPS Towers' looks beyond towers to enlarge their portfolio of sites

Read this article to learn:

  • The typology of cell site networks in France, Germany and Russia
  • How bringing alternate cell sites to market can affect the competitive landscape
  • The benefits for MNOs and governments of professionalizing the management of an alternative typology of cell sites     
  • The challenge of valuing alternate site typologies

FPS Towers, recently acquired by American Tower for €697mn (read more earlier in this edition of the journal) exemplify the broader vision of cell site leasing which may be necessary to drive competitive advantage in European towers. In September 2016, FPS announced that they had reached an agreement to lease-up 76,500 towers owned by RTE,…

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