Booz & Company: How to overcome objections to network sharing

New report reveals transaction costs of $20-30,00 per site and 2-3 year RoI

Read this article to learn:

  • Why owning the network as such is not a source of long term competitive advantage
  • How to maintain flexibility by retaining control of strategically important assets
  • The $20-30,000 transaction cost of network sharing and 2-3 year timeline to RoI
  • Comparing operator-led network sharing joint ventures with third party towerco models
  • How to structure the decommissioning of sites

Following the release of Booz & Company’s “Sharing Mobile Networks, Why the Pros Outweigh the Cons” viewpoint, TowerXchange spoke two of the report’s authors. Roman Friedrich is a partner with Booz & Company who leads the firm’s global communications, media, and technology practice. Steven Pattheeuws is a senior executive advisor who specializes in network and…

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