A tenant’s perspective on the potential of the Pakistani tower market

ICondor’s affordable BurQ Wi-Fi Broadband Service targeting 2,500 co-locations in the next four years

Read this article to learn:

  • BurQ’s footprint in Pakistan and appetite for more sites
  • BurQ’s 100% co-location rollout model
  • Contrasting leasing sites from MNOs with towercos
  • Lease rates in Pakistan
  • Cell site autonomy required to minimise downtime

Oubay Atassi is renowned in Pakistan as one of the architects of Ufone’s network, having overseen phases one through three of their rollout during his tenure as Managing Director of Nortel Networks Pakistan from 2001-3. So ten years later, when Oubay wanted to extend the footprint of his Wi-Fi Broadband Service BurQ beyond Latin America,…

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