CALA towercos go beyond steel and grass

From Mexico to Argentina, fibre and energy become an increasing focus

Read this article to learn:

  • From steel and grass to integrated infracos: the time is now
  • Examples of diversification across CALA into fibre, IoT and energy
  • Electricity in CALA: grid availability versus price sensitivity

The so-called “steel and grass” business model has always been the default for CALA towercos, especially for those entities with some roots or links to the U.S., the pre-eminent steel and grass tower market in the world. A simple model based on the premises that towercos only deal with the tower and the ground beneath…

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