Operational risks delay development of Senegalese tower market

BMI assesses the roadblocks to an independent towerco entering the Senegalese market

Read this article to learn:

  • How political and social considerations are affecting the potential outsourcing of towers
  • The availability of power and grid access in Senegal
  • The opportunities for a successful towerco in the country
  • Projected growth in the Senegalese market

BMI View: Following the completion of Mobinil’s tower sale in Egypt, we expect Orange to turn its focus to completing a deal for subsidiary Sonatel’s towers in Senegal and across West Africa. While local operating risks in Senegal have likely been the cause of delays, Sonatel’s strong market position and the country’s rapidly growing data…

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