Releasing the value in Nigeria’s 3,000+ hidden towers

Secured Towers monetise privately owned towers by turning them from cost-headaches for their owners into infill sites for network operators

Read this article to learn:

  • How many private-communication towers there are in Nigeria which could take additional tenants?
  • Options for sharing power with non-conventional tenants
  • The site upgrade process for turning a non-MNO tower into a leasable asset
  • The growth plans of Secured Tower and the scope for expansion of their model

Nigeria needs to roughly double its tower count to expand coverage and densify networks to meet data demand in urban areas. Any tower strategy that can reduce the capex required for this multi-billion dollar programme will do a lot to accelerate network build out and improve quality of service. Secured Towers are aiming to manage…

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