Eastcastle Infrastructure target 1,000 BTS sites

Two years after Eaton Towers’ sale, Peter Lewis and Pankaj Kulshrestha are back to compete with Africa’s Big Three towercos

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  • Where Eastcastle Infrastructure will be operating
  • Why Lewis and Kulshrestha were lured back by MNO demand
  • Eastcastle Infrastructure’s approach to investment
  • How Eastcastle Infrastructure plans to take on the Big Three towercos

What do you do after building and selling one of Africa’s leading towercos? Do it again. Peter Lewis and Pankaj Kulshrestha formed Eastcastle Infrastructure earlier this year with backing from Adenia Partners, AIIM and the IFC. In the last few weeks, Eastcastle Infrastructure has signed build-to-suit contracts in the DRC with two MNOs and expects…

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