Orange pioneers the ESCO model in Sub-Saharan Africa

Read this article to learn:

  • The number of sites owned, leased and shared by Orange across its African & Middle Eastern markets
  • Why Orange started studying the ESCO model
  • ESCO projects signed and RFPs issued by Orange
  • Details of the MNO’s DRC ESCO agreement and to what extent other agreements will follow the same structure
  • How the ESCO landscape has changed

With four ESCO contracts signed and another three RFPs live, Orange has been leading in the adoption of the ESCO model in the telecom space. TowerXchange speak to Nat-sy Missamou, Orange MEA’s Director of New Business Models for Network Infrastructure to understand the MNO’s perspective on ESCOs and how they are fitting into their passive…

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