Rolling out a rural network across Sub-Saharan Africa

How Africa Mobile Networks are creating growth through low ARPU, rural sites

Read this article to learn:

  • How AMN’s zero-capex model is being received by operators in Africa
  • Extending from Benin and Cote d’Ivoire into three new countries
  • The speed at which AMN intends to build their network across multiple countries
  • Key learnings for establishing and building out a rural network in a new country
  • How AMN has secured funding for their ambitious growth plans

In an increasingly competitive environment, middle market towercos are refining their rural offerings in order to work more constructively with operators. Among them is Africa Mobile Networks (AMN) whose zero-capex offering allows MNOs to economically extend rural coverage and comply with regulators’ coverage requirements. With many towers already built or in progress, their business model…

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