Who’s who in the global tower market

Part one: the world’s dozen largest towercos, with tower counts in excess of 20,000

Read this article to learn:

  • The origins of the world’s top dozen tower companies
  • Their geographical footprint
  • Which provide only “vertical real estate” and which provide power as a service
  • Which are “pureplay independent” towercos, and which are 51%+ owned by parent MNO(s)
  • A comparison of some of their key performance indicators: tower count, head count, revenue, EBITDA and margin

Welcome to the TowerXchange who’s who of global towercos. In this new series of four reference articles, we will profile the 139 tower companies known to TowerXchange with a tower count in excess of 300. We’ll introduce each tower company and seek to differentiate them in terms of footprint, business model and ownership profile. Part…

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