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And a further 31,000 towers are currently for sale

African towercos now own or operate 31,600, or 20%, of Africa’s towers. TowerXchange forecast that proportion will almost double to 38.8% by year end 2014, rising to 50% by the end of 2015 (see Figure 4).

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Are second tier towercos investible?

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  • Five different breeds of African middle market towerco
  • How middle market towercos fit into the North American tower industry
  • Reasons for operators’ scepticism about the credibility of middle market towercos as bidders
  • Opportunities… (more…)
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Selling urban co-locations and building sites with five days of autonomy in deep rural locations battered by tropical cyclones

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  • What capabilities are managed in-house and what is outsourced by a new towerco
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According to Bloomberg, Madagascan telecoms firm Telecom Malagasy (Telma) has asked investment bank Lazard to explore options for the complete disposal of its business or the divestment of its portfolio of 500 towers, believed to be valued at between US$50-70million. Several towercos are said to be interested. Telma recently created one of Africa’s… (more…)

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