22nd November 2022
SHARED ACCESS LAUNCHES IN-BUILDING CONNECTIVITY SERVICE IN SPAIN
22nd November 2022 – Shared Access has launched its in-building mobile connectivity system in Spain. This service has proven an accessible and attractive model for commercial property owners in the UK and Ireland; Shared Access funds the necessary capital expenditure and charges an annual fee which includes maintenance.
Roberto Blesa, Business Development Manager and Elena Palomo, Real Estate Manager, are responsible for promoting the growth of this service in the Spanish market.
Sam Jackman, Chief Development Officer:
“The mobile network operators are facing similar challenges in all the markets in which they operate. The Spanish market is quite similar to the UK and Irish markets – it’s ripe for investment with a clear opportunity for growth, centred on the major cities. Fibre is also well deployed in Spain and this helps facilitate and increase the speed of mobile communications deployments on top of the infrastructure.
“Expanding our business into Spain is exciting for us and we see it as a natural next step of our European expansion.”
To read the Spanish press release, please click here
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