Despite some COVID-19 delays earlier in the year, the telecoms infrastructure firm still expects incremental tenancies for 2020 to be around 1,000, within the previously communicated range of 1,000-1,500.
The telecommunications sector has been classified as an 'essential service' so the FTSE 250 company has been operating at close to normal levels of service.
Full-year capital expenditure guidance was revised down to US$80-110mln compared toUS$110-140mln previously.
Helios said it is analysing opportunities representing circa 10,000 towers in total, and conducting due diligence on a number of potential transactions, representing both in-market and new market opportunities.
In the three months to September 30, revenue advanced 1% to US$103mln, while adjusted underlying earnings rose 4% to US$57mln. The number of tenancies was 1% higher at 15,082.
Shares shed 2% to 160.2p on Thursday at the opening bell.