Perspectives from Germany’s leading towerco on Europe’s largest telecom market

An interview with Deutsche Funkturm

Read this article to learn:

  • Germany’s largest towerco’s focus on new macro-site build and small cells
  • The rationale behind formation of Omega towers following Deutsche Funkturm’s acquisition of 7,700 Telefonica towers
  • Deutsche Funkturm’s attitudes toward decommissioning
  • The priorities of MNOs in Germany and what opportunities this presents for a towerco

Deutsche Funkturm (DFMG), a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, is Germany’s largest towerco, operating 27,000 sites across the country. They recently acquired 7,700 towers from Telefonica in July 2015 which are now managed under a newly created entity, Omega Towers. They are currently constructing a significant number of new macro-locations across the country and are also…

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