Towers in Russia: rollouts, carve outs and buyouts

New towercos, consolidation and spin outs make Russia one of Europe’s most active tower markets

Read this article to learn:

  • How the political and economic climate has affected the Russian tower business
  • A summary of current MNO tower activity
  • How the Russian tower landscape has evolved over the last three years
  • Who Russia’s independent towercos are
  • What next for Russian passive infrastructure?

The Russian tower market has been through a period of seismic change over the last three years, with attitudes towards co-location changing enormously and every player taking steps to capitalise on a new emerging culture of infrastructure sharing. In this article we assess the state of the Russian market, discuss the changes which have been…

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