Growth, competition and co-operation: the tower market in Mozambique

As three operators fight for this rapidly expanding market, the question being asked is whether shared towers can be leveraged to support growth?

Read this article to learn:

  • How Viettel’s arrival has affected the Mozambican market
  • What attempts at infrastructure sharing have been tried and why they haven’t been successful
  • The availability of grid access in Mozambique and what backup power is needed
  • Governmental and regulatory precedents affecting the tower market

Now Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator, Viettel’s rapid and aggressive entry into the Mozambican Telecommunications industry has shaken up what had become a rather predictable and steady market. This coupled with the excitement regarding renewed economic development in the country driven by untapped gas resources and increasing market penetration, has shown that there is undoubtedly…

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