Reuters exclusively reported that Vodafone and Telekom Italia have offered to allow rivals access to sites in some cities for up to nine years, a proposal aimed at allaying EU antitrust concerns over the creation of Italyâ€™s largest mobile tower company. For the telecoms industry, combining towers or sharing networks to reduce debt and share costs are seen as an alternative to counter EU antitrust regulatorsâ€™ tough line on telecoms mergers that reduce the number of players in a market from four to three.
Reuters reveals Vodafone, Telecom Italia offered rivals access to some sites to ease EU concerns
19 February 2020, 12:00 am. 1 minute
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