Reliance Communications eyeing a potential sale of stake in Reliance Infratel

India’s fourth largest carrier is looking into monetising its towerco subsidiary’s assets to support the development of new 4G services

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  • The proposed sale of Reliance Infratel and its tower assets
  • The motivating factors behind the sale
  • Are operator-led towerco sites worth less than independent towerco sites?
  • Potential buyers for control of Reliance Infratel

It seems as though the deal flow in the Indian tower market is resuming again after the slowdown in the wake of the 2012 telecoms regulatory restructuring. Details emerged this week about a major potential transaction with the controlling share of India’s one of India’s largest towercos being put up for sale. The substantial investments…

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