How many towers are there in Brazil and who owns them?

TowerXchange analysis reveals that towercos own 71% of Brazil’s towers

Read this article to learn:

  • How many towers each towerco owns in Brazil
  • Why independent developers’ towers might attract a higher premium when sold
  • How many towers have been sold by Brazil’s carriers and what did they yield?
  • How many towers do we think Brazil’s carriers have retained?
  • How the swap market works in Brazil

You would think it would be easy to count telecom towers, right? Big lump of concrete with a hundred feet of steel sticking out of it – fairly conspicuous, right? Given the blood, sweat and tears invested to navigate one of the world’s most notorious permitting regimes, not to mention the investment of US$100,000 or…

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