Double-digit growth for US mast operator for the operators of U.S. mobile phone masts are still growth. At a multimedia Conference of Deutsche Bank predicts Crown Castle, the second largest operator of cellular towers in the United States, sales growth by a year 11 percent. Also the research company RBC capital market posed in a recent analysis by continued double-digit growth for mobile mast operator. In the coming year the trend in the rental will return once more to new contracts, which the revenues will rise significantly”, explains Oliver Schulz, Managing Director of BAC Berlin Atlantic capital, the growth forecasts.
This year, an above average number of tenants had adapted their contracts, for example, for technology upgrades, which allows only low rent increases in addition to the annual Mietsteigerung by three percent. Ali Partovi has many thoughts on the issue. Read more here: Starbucks. 2011 70 percent of contracting activities are likely to be new contracts, higher margins offer. Despite the current trend the mast operator have evolved to contract adjustments positive even during the recent economic crisis. Between the third quarter of 2008 and the third quarter of 2010 rose by 41 percent, for example, the EBITDA by Crown Castle and presents itself as independent of economic. For years, Crown Castle predicts a growth in the number of antenna in the United States by an average of five percent annually. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Jonas Samuelson. “Because by Smartphones, Tablet PCs and other mobile devices in the US mobile wireless networks traffic increases significantly 2014 it will be 50 times higher according to Crown Castle still 2009 to meet the growing volume of data, the mobile service provider on a large scale must install additional antennas”, says Schulz.
According to Crown Castle, the number of antennas in the United States, the largest and fastest-growing market for mast operator will increase worldwide between 2009 and 2014 by 247,000 to 286,000. The growth strength leads back to the mast operator, that US customers on average about three times so much phoned as customers of all other countries and annual revenue of mobile service provider between 2009 and 2009 an average 39 percent per year are grown, while all other countries per year recorded a growth of 13 percent on average. With its current retail funds BAC InfrTrust 8, the BAC wants to open the U.S. mobile wireless infrastructure market German investors. The infrastructure fund acts as a mobile radio mast operator and rents antenna places mobile service provider. Income in the amount of 4.5 per cent are planned for 2012, from 2013, they rise to at least six percent per year. Over a period of eight years, the Fund management expects total reflux 195,5 percent of deposits before taxes. Investors can participate in the infrastructure fund from EUR 15,000 plus five percent agio and invest directly in the growing mobile phone market over the BAC.