The BuddeComm Perspective: Ghana

Leading analysts BuddeComm say difficulties obtaining permits for new sites is driving infrastructure sharing in Ghana

With permits to construct new base-station sites taking a minimum of six months, Ghanaian network operators are warming up to the idea of infrastructure sharing. Separate permits are required from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), the Ghana National Fire Service, as well as District, Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies. These…

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