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Telecom tower companies such as Indus Towers, Bharti Infratel, Viom Networks and American Tower Corp expect to see revenue growth amid accelerated data network rollouts by telcos that spruced up their 3G and 4G spectrum holdings in India’s costliest airwaves sale.
“Recent spectrum auction results will lead to accelerated investments by operators in data network expansion and we see growth in the next six months,” Sameer Sinha, chief sales & marketing officer at Indus Towers, India’s leading telecom tower company, told ET.
Indus “would either set up more towers or add tenancies” in line with data network expansion strategies of operators, he said. The company’s current tenancy ratio is 2.19. Tenancy ratio refers to the average number of operators that have put up antennae and other infrastructure on the towers. Original post at ET Telecom