Angola’s first towerco forecasts 450 new sites in the next seven years

New legislation, extensive new site build requirements and the imminent entrance of a third MNO present an ideal business opportunity for Antosc

Read this article to learn:

  • Tower ownership in Angola and requirements for new build
  • Details of new legislation forcing infrastructure sharing and MNO appetites and concerns
  • The latest discussions on the entrance of a third MNO into Angola
  • Antosc’s forecast for growth in the next 12 months and five years
  • Antosc’s ownership structure and appetite for new investment
  • The power situation in Angola and how requirements for diesel generators and hybrid systems at cell sites

With a new law mandating infrastructure sharing in the country having come into force in 2016 and the entrance of a third mobile network operator looking likely in 2018 as fixed line incumbent Angola Telecom looks for an MNO partner enter the mobile space and make use of its license, Angola represents an attractive market…

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