Inwit could become the largest independent towerco in Italy

But can the Italian company compete with Cellnex?

Read this article to learn:

  • Telecom Italia announces Inwit’s IPO: an initial analysis of the plan
  • Is Inwit really worth €2.4bn?
  • How Inwit is planning to generate considerable savings
  • Inwit vs Cellnex: a preliminary comparison

Mobile Network Operators realised early on that owning passive infrastructure didn’t secure any competitive advantage in Italy, especially since TIM – the mobile arm of Telecom Italia – already had a widespread portfolio of sites and started leasing to third parties back in 2004. As Inwit gears up to follow Cellnex into an IPO, the…

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