The Indonesian towerco success story (updated October 2015)

What can we learn from the well-oiled machine that is the Indonesian tower market?

Read this article to learn:

  • How many towers are in Indonesia and who owns them?
  • What has been the history of tower transactions in Indonesia and what might still be in the pipeline?
  • What has been Indonesian towerco’s growth trajectory in the last four years?
  • What levels have tenancy ratios reached and how much further could they rise?

Indonesia’s towercos represent a selection of best practice case studies combining efficient organic growth, strong MNO relationship building yielding substantial sale and leasebacks, as well as a rational rollup market for the consolidation of middle market towercos. Towercos own more than half of Indonesia’s towers, build more towers in Indonesia each year than they do…

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