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Mobile site rents 30 times higher than other utilities - MOA

Wednesday 25 March 2015 | 21:13 CET | News
Mobile phone rental sites are 30 times higher than locations used by electricity or water companies, according to a Deloitte report commissioned last year by the UK Mobile Operators Association to analyse the effect of Electronic Communications Code (ECC) reform. The study found that rent for sites in rural areas is GBP 7,500 a year in rural sites and GBP 9,200 in urban areas. This compares to GBP 270 and GBP 280, respectively, paid by water and energy companies.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Deloitte Nederland
Countries: United Kingdom
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