Philippines on the brink of independent tower lift-off

Operators and investors are ready, but DICT and towercos still need to take the final step

Read this article to learn:

  • An update on The Philippines’ common tower policy and DICT’s plans
  • The arrival of Dito, its requirements and future impact
  • Globe and PLDT needs and strategy
  • What are the main challenges and opportunities in the country?

For the last couple of years, much tower industry attention has been on the Philippines after President Rodrigo Duterte announced his intention of developing a Common Tower Policy for the country. New entrant Dito, who has recently received its license to operate, and the massive need for connectivity and coverage has made the archipelago very…

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