The top adjacent service lines and asset types that towercos are diversifying into
Originally predicated on a steel and grass model, or steel and grass plus power-as-a-service model in certain developing markets, the scope of a towerco has evolved since their inception in the 1990s.
Few contest the idea that leasing space on macro-towers to MNO tenants will continue to make up the bulk of revenue for towercos for the foreseeable future. Yet, towercos have steadily been developing new service lines and expanding into adjacencies as they look to better serve existing customers, maximise utilisation of their assets, expand their client base, and future proof themselves in an evolving communications landscape.
In TowerXchange’s “Tomorrow’s Towerco” report, TowerXchange takes a deep dive into eight product or service offerings that are now being offered by towercos around the world and profiles the service offerings of 47 leading towercos.