Tanzania’s little-known other towerco

Maktech has secured a towerco licence and is taking aim at the booming east Africa market, as well as six other Africa markets

Read this article to learn:

  • Who are Maktech?
  • How are they positioning themselves as a towerco?
  • Which markets are Maktech targeting?
  • How credible are Maktech as a new regional towerco?

Tanzania has been in the news thanks to Airtel’s sale of 1,400 towers to Paradigm Infrastructure and SBA Communications. They are to join Helios Towers in owning a significant share of Tanzania’s nearly 7,000 towers. However, before Airtel announced its long-planned sale, a local MSP scooped up a towerco licence: Maktech. Maktech has been active…

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