Infrastructure expansion, infraco management and a Global Tower IPO at Turkcell

An interview with Turkcell Chief Strategy Officer, Ilter Terzioglu

Read this article to learn:

  • Turkcell’s geographical footprint, plans for infrastructure expansion and appetite for infrastructure sharing in the markets it operates
  • The rationale behind the creation of infracos Global Tower and UkrTower
  • Plans to acquire TeliaSonera’s stake in FINTUR
  • Challenges surrounding fibre regulation in Turkey
  • Drivers behind a potential IPO of Global Tower

Turkcell, with 68.9mn subscribers and revenues of TRY12.8bn (€4bn) possess a footprint in nine countries across Southeastern Europe and the CIS. The company recently acquired the largest spectrum in Turkey’s 4.5G auctions and their subsidiary, lifecell became the first GSM operator to launch 3G in the Ukraine. We speak to Turkcell Chief Strategy Officer, Ilter…

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