Peruvian tower market primed for significant growth in next three years

Record breaking BTS, potential SLB, and 4G rollout under way, although regulatory amendments have met with a mixed reception

Read this article to learn:

  • Who owns Peru’s towers?
  • Entel’s market entry stimulates network investment, Olo and DirecTV also drive demand for towers and tenancies
  • Record breaking build to suit activity in 2014 may slow in 2015, before accelerating again
  • Insights into the tower structures and fibre being deployed in Peru
  • Regulator seeks to ease permitting, but concerns expressed over potential interference with lease rates

Some of the critical stakeholders in the development of the Peruvian telecom tower market assembled for the annual round table at the TowerXchange Meetup Americas in May 2015. Here we share insights from their conversation, plus TowerXchange’s own analysis of a tower market poised for transformational growth in the next three years. Entel shakes up…

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