Staying competitive in Africa’s busiest tower market

Gareth Townley, MD of Eaton Towers Ghana shares his thoughts on the advantages of a busy Ghanaian tower market and shares how they’re working to overcome some significant challenges

Read this article to learn:

  • How Eaton Towers Ghana is developing from an acquisitive towerco to an established market player
  • The role of the Ghanaian regulator in shaping the country’s tower industry
  • How the impact of power crises and currency devaluation have affected the market
  • What a competitive towerco market means for network planners and operators

As Ghana’s three towercos stop to draw breath and consolidate their assets, we checked in with Gareth Townley, Managing Director of Eaton Towers Ghana, to find out how the market has developed since he last spoke to us two years ago, to find out how currency and power crises are hitting the market and to look…

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