Attitudes to tower sharing in the Middle East: what’s changing?

How and why the Middle Eastern market is starting to open up to infrastructure sharing

Read this article to learn:

  • Why tower sharing has not been popular in the Middle East
  • Why the rationale for infrastructure sharing is becoming increasingly compelling
  • Estimated cost savings that could be afforded by infrastructure sharing in the region
  • Key tower sharing processes and initiatives in the Middle East

To date, 99% of the Middle East’s towers sit in the hands of the region’s MNOs with very little infrastructure sharing happening between operators. TowerXchange take a look at why this has been the case and what is starting to change, examining key developments in the market in 2017. Although the Middle East and North…

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