New towerco Infratel prepares to launch in Southern Africa

Infratel targets building 100 towers per year in South Africa, building credibility to bid for acquisition opportunities

Read this article to learn:

  • The objectives of new towerco Infratel, targeting building 100 sites per year in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia
  • In-house site build, tower and power system design capabilities as a differentiator
  • How Infratel is financed
  • How Infratel plans to become a credible bidder for acquisition opportunities and a leading towerco in Southern Africa

Sibusiso Mvelase has over eight years of experience of supplying, constructing and providing power to cell sites across 16 countries in Africa, and includes MTN, Vodacom, Etisalat, Econet, Huawei, ZTE, Telecom Mozambique, Telecom Namibia and Vodacom among his clients. He’s taking that experience to launch a new towerco, Infratel. For an insight into the formative…

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