Bahraini regulator encourages tower sharing through new legislation

Bahrain’s PRS Regulation will drive tower sharing from 12% to 40% and see 90% of the tower stock renewed

Read this article to learn:

  • An overview of Bahrain’s Public Radio communications Stations Regulation
  • How and why as much as 90% of Bahrain’s tower stock will need to be rectified
  • The TRA’s stance on tower sharing and the potential entry of a towerco into the market
  • How the TRA anticipates the regulation will affect 5G rollout in Bahrain

Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has recently produced an extensive Public Radio communications Stations Regulation which covers the planning, design, installation upgrading and maintenance of masts and towers in the country. We spoke with Mohamed Abdulla Ramzan Alnoaimi, Director of Technical & Operations at the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) to find out more about the motivation…

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