TowerXchange’s analysis of the Irish tower market

An insight into one of Europe’s most fragmented tower markets

Read this article to learn:

  • Who the key players are in the Irish tower market
  • How MNO consolidation has affected tower industry dynamics
  • What potential exists for tower transactions in the future
  • What opportunities are presented by new build and decommissioning
  • How factors such as the entry of ground lease aggregators and the rollout of the National Broadband plan will affect the market

With a population of 4.78mn and 4.9mn mobile connections, 60% of Ireland’s 4,000 telecom towers sit in the hands of the country’s three MNOs leaving the remaining 40% in the hands of independent tower companies, broadcast operators and public sector players. With no one dominant tower company, the market is ripe for consolidation as ambitious…

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