How the Egyptian tower market works

Perspectives from leading local tower builder and operator, HOI-MEA

Read this article to learn:

  • A snapshot of HOI-MEA’s Egyptian tower portfolio, their tenancy ratio and growth aspirations
  • The culture of infrastructure sharing in Egypt
  • Contrasting the typical capacity of Egypt’s GBTs with the country’s rooftops
  • How Eaton’s acquisition of 2,000 towers from MobiNil will affect the market
  • Cell site energy in Egypt: diesel subsidies and use of solar and hybrid energy solutions

Kai Uebach knows the Egyptian telecom market well, both through his current position as a Board member of HOI-MEA and through his former role as CEO and Vice Chairman of Telecel Globe, Orascom’s holding company for their SSA assets, where Kai was one of the first CEOs to explore divestiture of tower assets. Kai spent…

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