Brookfield to acquire towers, BTS pipeline from Jio

The Canadian infrastructure fund signed a binding agreement in December and is now awaiting regulatory approval

Read this article to learn:

  • Major headlines from the proposed deal: its structure and financials
  • The characteristics of the Reliance Jio Infratel portfolio
  • The rationale behind an investment in Indian telecom infrastructure
  • TowerXchange’s commentary on the deal

December was definitely not a slow month for the global telecom infrastructure industry, with deals and other exciting news popping from all four corners of the globe. One of the news TowerXchange was eagerly waiting for related to the progresses of the Reliance Jio Infratel-Brookfield deal, which – after the binding agreement sealed last month…

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