Mexican towers: ALTÁN drives co-lo growth, BTS remains slow
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Mexican towers: ALTÁN drives co-lo growth, BTS remains slow


Few search rings from AT&T and TEF, Telesites capturing most Telcel orders

There are very few countries in the Americas - and maybe globally - as complicated as Mexico, when it comes to its telecom infrastructure sector, and indeed telecom in general. Often perceived as a goldmine of opportunities by international investors, the reality of the country is far from rosy, and this is particularly true in the crowded build-to-suit sector. Here is an updated snapshot on the country’s dynamics.


The wholesale network project was awarded in November 2016 to ALTÁN Redes (ALTÁN) whose first target is to cover 30% of the Mexican population by March 31, 2018.


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