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Algar Telecom sells 79 websites to Highline

Illustration: Cecilia Marins/Mobile Time

Highline bought 79 sites from Algar Telecom this Tuesday, the 6th. According to the company, this is the second antenna purchase operation, the other in 2017, when the neutral network company bought 125 positions from the mining operator.

With the acquisition, Highline strengthens its operations in 45 cities in: PS; RJ; MG; lol DF; and BA.

According to Carolina Vilela, commercial director of Highline, the transaction reinforces the company’s strategic plan to “support the growth of 5G” in Brazil and shows that the company is closing partnerships to grow this technology, which is essential for operators and their users.

In addition to the acquisition, the company installed 478 sites this year and accumulates 6,000 positions throughout Brazil.

It is worth noting that the purchase of Algar antennas by Highline has been approved by Cade.

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