The formation and ambitions of Ireland’s newest towerco

An interview with Cignal’s Chairman and CEO

Read this article to learn:

  • What the drivers were behind the acquisition of Coillte’s towers and why it was such a unique portfolio
  • Who the Cignal management team are and what experience they have in the market
  • How Cignal plans to expand their presence and revenues
  • What opportunities are presented for a towerco by the Irish National Broadband Plan?

Cignal, a newly formed Irish towerco, came into life last year when it purchased 113 towers and 400 plots of land (on which its towers and those of third parties are situated) from Coillte, the state owned forestry company. In an Irish market where 29% of towers sit in the hands of eight independent towercos…

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