Bouygues Telecom: multiple co-investment initiatives to accelerate the network roll-out
13 July 2021 | Research
Case study | PPTX and PDF (5 slides) | Operator Investment Strategies
Bouygues Telecom is under pressure to meet regulatory obligations, while also supporting the growth in data usage on its networks. The choice to share infrastructure investments with other entities will reduce Bouygues Telecom’s capital spending and operating costs, and will allow it to expand its network coverage and add capacity. This will free up resources and enable Bouygues Telecom to differentiate its services based on quality and coverage in a very mature and competitive market.
This case study provides:
- an outline of Bouygues Telecom's strategy
- an overview of the business drivers behind Bouygues Telecom’s sharing agreements
- an overview of Bouygues Telecom's sharing partnerships
- an analysis of the achieved business benefits.
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