Telecom on: Iliad move to a fixed network. Buy remains attractive

Telecom on: Iliad move to a fixed network. Buy remains attractive
Telecom on: Iliad move to a fixed network. Buy remains attractive

What’s cooking ?, PUBLISHED:
June 4 16:10

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

by Davide Pantaleo


Telecom Italia Ftse Mib

Telecom Italia tears another plus sign, the fourth in a row: focus on the possible agreement between Iliad and FiberCop. Always bullish analysts.

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A final week marked by a slight rise for Telecom Itala which moves almost in line with the Ftse Mib.

Telecom Italia up for the fourth session in a row

The stock, after closing yesterday with a progress of 0.36%, today rises at the same rate, showing an increase of 0.31% to € 0.446, with over 43 million shares changed hands so far. , against the average of the last 30 days of approximately 136 million.

Telecom Italia: focus on a possible Iliad-FiberCop agreement

Telecom Italia ends up under the lens of the market in the wake of some rumors relating to Iliad’s next move.
Il Sole 24 Ore reports that Iliad is considering an agreement with FiberCop, a company owned by Telecom Italia, KKR and Fastweb for the co-investment in the upgrade of the secondary network in FTTH.

Equita SIM highlights that the indiscretion is not surprising, given that Iliad has reiterated its interest in entering the fixed network.

Telecom Italia: Equita comments on the rumors

The agreement would allow Iliad access to FiberCop at favorable conditions, based on the co-investment proposal presented by TIM to all operators), in the method of purchasing IRUs, i.e. long-term usage rights, or pay-per-use, i.e. the purchase of guaranteed minimum volumes.

The economic benefit for the operator is greater the sooner the co-investment agreement is signed.

Equita SIM analysts imagine that the agreement may refer to all those areas where there is no FTTH coverage by Open Fiber, with which Iliad has already signed a commercial agreement, such as the gray areas.

The benefit for FiberCop, and therefore for Telecom Italia, is to give visibility to the demand for its infrastructure, creating loyalty among wholesale customers and reducing the risk of churn in favor of Open Fiber.

While waiting for news, Equita SIM analysts do not change their minds on Telecom Italia and hold firm to the “buy” recommendation, with a target price of 0.51 euros.

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