European mobile in flux

How Europe’s network landscape is about to undergo a new wave of change

Read this article to learn:

  • The drivers and implications of MNO consolidation
  • European MNO balance sheets under pressure
  • Alternate models of infrastructure sharing: examples from across Europe
  • Opportunities for towercos to move beyond passive infrastructure to running other shared infrastructure
  • The separation of ‘NetCo’ from ‘ServiceCo’

A wave of consolidation is taking place across Europe. In Britain, BT plans to take over EE while O2 is in the process of selling its network to Three. In France, Altice’s subsidiary, Numericable-SRF, is acquiring Bouygues, while in Norway, Telia plans to acquire Tele2. These consolidations are primarily as a result of the pressures…

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