Mexican towers: ALTÁN drives co-lo growth, BTS remains slow

Few search rings from AT&T and TEF, Telesites capturing most Telcel orders

Read this article to learn:

  • ALTÁN Redes: current state of deployment and future plans
  • The need for FTTT
  • Another slow year for build-to-suit: AT&T and Telefónica roundup
  • Mexico’s mobile market context, including the latest on termination fees
  • Telesites still growing fastest thanks to Telcel

There are very few countries in the Americas – and maybe globally – as complicated as Mexico, when it comes to its telecom infrastructure sector, and indeed telecom in general. Often perceived as a goldmine of opportunities by international investors, the reality of the country is far from rosy, and this is particularly true in…

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