Vodafone to create Europe’s largest towerco

Vodafone’s TowerCo will be the fifth largest towerco in the world, TowerXchange looks at what it means for the future of the European tower market

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  • Details of Vodafone’s tower carve-out plan
  • The rationale for the towerco carve-out and monetisation options
  • Impact on the UK, German, Italian and Spanish tower markets
  • Implication for the broader European tower market

After several months of the secretive Project Skylon, Vodafone has announced plans for the carve-out and monetisation of its 61,700 towers. By May 2020 Vodafone will have separated its towers into as yet unnamed entity referred to as “TowerCo”, with a dedicated management team and control of its assets, with Vodafone becoming its anchor tenant….

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