Eaton Towers hits the ground running…

...with a high tenancy ratio in Uganda

Read this article to learn:

  • How Eaton Towers plans to reduce opex in Uganda
  • The benefits of acquiring a portfolio with a high tenancy ratio
  • Strategies to extend the network and enhance capacity
  • What happens when towercos compete for co-location tenancies
  • Comparing Eaton’s sale and leaseback deal in Uganda with their operational lease deal in Ghana

Alan Harper, Co-founder and CEO of Eaton Towers, kindly consented to be interviewed concerning Eaton’s recent acquisition of 300 towers from Orange and 400 towers from Warid in Uganda. Alan has over 25 years of telecoms experience, including 17 years in Africa. Most recently, he served as Group Strategy and New Business Director for Vodafone…

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