Crown Castle entertaining offers for their 1,772 towers in Australia

Potential buyers are lining up to acquire this profitable tower portfolio, marking a major deal in the Australian market

Read this article to learn:

  • Background information on Crown Castle International including tower footprint
  • An overview of the Australian operator and tower markets
  • Understanding the main motivating factors behind the sale
  • A look at some of the potential buyers

Crown Castle International Corp., the largest provider of shared wireless infrastructure in the US, is considering the sale of its share in Australian subsidiary CCAL. Crown Castle currently owns a 77.6% stake in CCAL which is the largest wireless tower operator in Australia. The CCAL portfolio includes 1,772 towers with an average tenancy believed to…

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