edotco expands footprint in Pakistan with two acquisitions totaling 13,700 towers at US$1.0289bn

Addition of Towershare and Jazz assets makes it the world’s eighth largest towerco by sites

Read this article to learn:

  • Why edotco re-invested in Pakistan
  • What we know about the Towershare and Jazz portfolios edotco is buying
  • Parallel infrastructure: decommissioning versus infill
  • Power and people: operational realities in Pakistan

The summer of 2017 marked a significant milestone in Pakistan’s tower market, with edotco successfully executing on the country’s first landmark sale and leaseback (SLB), acquiring Deodar, market-leading MNO Jazz’s carveout towerco. This portfolio of 13,000 towers, along with an earlier acquisition of Towershare’s 700 towers means edotco will now own ~40% of the towers…

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