ADNA: African towerco investor may be required as tower sharing moves to phase two in Egypt

Alan Dick & Company North Africa (ADNA) positioning itself as managed service partner for Egyptian operators and for towercos entering the market

Read this article to learn:

  • Why, by who and where towers are being shared in Egypt
  • Why ADNA prefers a joint venture with as towerco rather than seeking to become a towerco themselves
  • Using rapid deployment sites “Boomerang” with load capacity for single or multiple tenants
  • How economic stability in Egypt will release pent up investment in new sites and upgrades

ADNA has come through a downturn in green field site investment, civil unrest and the restructuring of Alan Dick & Company Ltd. in the United Kingdom to remain a trusted tower installation and service partner of all three operators in Egypt. TowerXchange spoke to the head commercial business of Alan Dick and Company (North Africa)…

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