The formation of an independent infrastructure player in the Namibian telecoms sector

An interview with PowerCom CEO, Alisa Amupolo

Read this article to learn:

  • The size of PowerCom’s tower portfolio and who it leases space to
  • PowerCom’s plans to integrate and manage further infrastructure
  • CRAN’s regulation mandating infrastructure sharing in Namibia and the introduction of a new network facility license
  • PowerCom’s appetite for alternative energy at its sites
  • The company’s views on outsourcing

PowerCom, owned by MNO Telecom Namibia, is Namibia’s first dedicated infrastructure player. Managing a portfolio of 300 towers, the company has ambitions to integrate further assets into its portfolio and in the long term plans to bring solar to its sites to make use of the country’s abundant sunshine. At an exciting time for the…

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