Winter is coming: towers hotting up in Northern Europe
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Winter is coming: towers hotting up in Northern Europe

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An overview of telecoms infrastructure in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

Thus far, Scandinavia has proven to be a quiet corner of Europe in terms of towerco activity. Digita’s sale by TDF to Colonial First State in 2012 excepted, there have been no transactions in the region and very little independent towerco presence. However, the market could be about to change. Well accustomed to tower sharing and pushing on with the changes needed to support 5G rollout, Scandinavian MNOs are stable, well backed and forward thinking in terms of infrastructure. In this article, TowerXchange shares an overview of the market and explores how the market could change.

Scandinavia overview

Scandinavia, for the purposes of this article Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, are well known globally for being liberal, stable and progressive countries.


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