Is the Argentinian tower market turning a corner?

Recent auctions, impending regulatory reform and slow economic recovery could see market ignite in 2016-17

Read this article to learn:

  • The favourable competitive landscape among MNOs
  • The impact of the spectrum auction, plus the current and forecast 3G/4G penetration – a comparison with CALA’s more active tower markets
  • Political risk and the spectre of nationalisation
  • Regulatory reform – the creation of AFTIC
  • BMI’s view on when independent towercos could enter Argentina

Argentina’s telecoms tower industry is notable for its overall lack of activity, with third-party towercos eschewing the market in favour of lower risk countries in Latin America.  In this analysis, Business Monitor International’s CALA tower expert Jake Grant shares his view of a tower market fraught with contradictions; an attractive, balanced triumvirate of MNOs, a…

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