Potential tower divestitures in Poland within 12-24 months
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Potential tower divestitures in Poland within 12-24 months


New 4G spectrum accelerates migration to shared infrastructure in Poland

A culture of infrastructure sharing has existed in Poland since 2011 when T-Mobile and Orange signed a 15 year deal to share radio access networks. Fast forward to 2016, and the joint venture (JV) appears to be in danger of collapse. There is speculation that one or both of the parties may want to exit the agreement and sell some of their towers to a third party. Drawing on insights gleaned from the Poland roundtable at the TowerXchange Meetup Europe 2016, moderated by Darragh Stokes of Hardiman Telecommunications, let’s explore the JV in more detail and take a broader look at the structure of Poland’s tower and mobile market.


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