How the new Nigerian tower market will work

Towerco consolidation in Africa's largest mobile market

Read this article to learn:

  • Who’s who: a guide to Nigeria’s towercos
  • The co-location and build to suit markets in Nigeria
  • Who now owns Nigeria’s towers?
  • Power services, energy efficiency and Nigerian towercos’ appetite to partner with ESCOs
  • Will we see much decommissioning in Nigeria?

Nigeria is Africa’s largest telecoms market, where towercos own 79% of the country’s 29,250 towers. We take an in depth look at dynamics in the country, looking at opportunities for co- locations, build to suit and future transactions as well as challenges related to power, pricing and landlord relationships. Who’s who: introducing Nigeria’s towercos IHS…

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