The vision behind the merger of Indus and Infratel

Synergies, savings, and how tenancy ratios and new site demand will be affected by consolidation and ongoing network rollouts

Read this article to learn:

  • How complementary the Indus and Infratel businesses and portfolios already are
  • Where the operational savings are to be derived from the merger
  • The magnitude of tenancy exits precipitated by MNO consolidation, and the contractual terms that govern those exits
  • The growth in co-lo and new site demand for 4G and 5G which will offset those exits
  • The merged towerco’s appetite to diversify into smart cities, fiber and small cells

As forecast by TowerXchange and most analysts covering India’s tower market, consolidation among tenants is to be reflected in consolidation among towercos, with Indus and Infratel joining forces to create a 163,000 tower giant. Long joined at the hip by non-compete arrangements and Infratel’s stake in Indus, the union of the two towercos unlocks financial…

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