Cameroon tower market susceptible to country risk dynamics

Opportunities created by economic growth, a new market entrant and a transition to 3G balanced by political and security instability and an end to fuel subsidies

Read this article to learn:

  • The impact of Viettel’s imminent entry into the market on subscriber growth, tariffs and ARPU
  • Will Viettel’s window for 3G exclusivity be extended? 3G investments of MTN and Orange
  • What happens after the long, stable reign of President Biya?
  • Rising security threats
  • The end of Cameroon’s fuel subsidy

BMI View: The macroeconomic and telecoms industry environments in Cameroon offer a mixed bag of upside and downside risks. Investors and companies in the country’s budding towers market must thoroughly assess these risks to ensure long-term growth and the sustainability of their operations in the country. Cameroon’s mobile market is one of the least-developed in…

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