Deepening the level of infrastructure sharing at Orange, Telenor, Safaricom and Cell C

How four key MNOs are working to reduce their network costs

Read this article to learn:

  • Orange, Telenor, Safaricom and Cell C’s history of working with towercos
  • How operators perceive the benefits and risks of outsourcing their tower networks
  • MNO experiences of active sharing and how they foresee the market evolving
  • Key hurdles to overcome in establishing active sharing agreements
  • How MNOs are sharing energy resources and fibre to further tackle network costs

The telecoms sector has come a long way since network infrastructure was seen as a source of competitive advantage by mobile network operators. With infrastructure sharing recognised as a critical strategy to reduce network costs amidst declining revenues, TowerXchange invited four MNOs to share their strategies, experiences and concerns regarding the sharing of passive and…

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