Investment priorities and infrastructure sharing strategies at MTN, Orange and Etisalat

Three of MEA’s leading MNOs share insights

Read this article to learn:

  • To what extent decisions are made at both the group and local level
  • What limitations exist in improving their network expansion and quality
  • Where they each place priority on investment
  • What is the company’s current tower strategy and from where is it derived?
  • What has been the MNOs’ experience working with towercos?
  • How MNOs view the opportunities presented by ESCOs

At this year’s TowerXchange Meetup Africa & Middle East, we were delighted to welcome three heavy weight MNOs to the stage. MTN were represented on the panel by Group CTO, Navi Naidoo. The operator, with a footprint in 20 countries, is Africa’s largest MNO and has divested towers in seven of its markets (see figure…

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