The Future Fund and Morrison & Co announced an agreement for an Australasian consortium to acquire 49% of InfraCo Towers from Telstra, which represents the largest network of mobile tower sites in Australia.
Telstra's belated bid to restructure deserves applause but the main question that remains is whether it is too little too late, Australia's best-known independent telecommunications consultant Paul Budde says.
Australia's biggest telco Telstra has set out a process it will undertake this year to enable a restructure that it outlined in November last year.
Telstra's success or failure with its new move to split up into three units will depend on how much freedom the parent group gives them to operate, based on what makes financial and economic sense, the well-known independent telecommunications analyst Paul Budde says.
Telstra has announced that it will be splitting up into three entities under a parent company to be known as Telstra Group, with the three being InfraCo Fixed, InfraCo Towers and ServeCo.
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