The implications of China Tower Corporation pricing

Scale of discounts offered to incentivise co-location makes the Chinese tower market unique

Read this article to learn:

  • Details of CTC’s leasing agreement with operators
  • Pricing formula and specific discounts offered for new build towers
  • Implications for China’s mobile operators
  • Implications for China’s independent towercos
  • Estimated range of baseline pricing per tower

On 8 July, 2016, the world’s largest towerco, China Tower Corporation (CTC) finalised its leasing and pricing agreements with China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom. The agreement outlined a pricing formula that offers deep discounts for co-locations. We dive into the details of the agreement plus offer a look at what the pricing formula…

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