Navigating the changing landscape of the Ghanaian tower market

Lessons learned from the Ghana round table at the TowerXchange Meetup Africa, October 2014

Read this article to learn:

  • The impact of the devaluation of the Cedi – lessons learned applicable worldwide
  • The management and staffing of local subcontractors
  • RMS and asset management systems in Ghana
  • How Ghana’s towercos respond to the ESCO proposition
  • American Tower’s migration from AC to DC power service provision in Ghana

Ghana is a very attractive telecoms market, but is it overcrowded? Six MNOs. Four towercos – soon to become three – serving a population of just 26mn. How is competition affecting the tower industry? What was the impact of the devaluation of the Cedi? How has that affected access to diesel and the battle to…

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